If your school or university has only recently introduced Zoom as a remote learning platform, or if you’re new to virtual or hybrid teaching, start your journey at the Zoom Learning Center.
The course “Getting Started With Zoom for Education” has video modules to walk you through setting up your virtual classroom, starting class, and collecting classroom data like student attendance, survey responses, and more.
Once you’ve passed that course, jump into “Engaging Your Students,” a four-part learning plan. Each section dives into how to use features like Focus Mode, screen sharing and annotation, Breakout Rooms, and polling for remote learning.
After you complete each course, you’ll unlock a quick quiz to assess your understanding of the material. You can view each module separately if you want to retake a particular section or sign up for live training through the Learning Center.
You can also supplement your learning with the Educator’s Guide to Using Zoom, another handy resource with tips on how to manage your virtual class, templates for communicating with parents, and ground rules for hybrid classroom etiquette.