Educators around the world are beginning to do their jobs in front of the camera. Particularly in computer science and business courses, a much larger amount of students are beginning to enroll in remote learning programs
that give them the ability to learn in a much more flexible manner than they would in traditional settings. Twice as many students are now enrolled in distance learning degree programs, a testament to the extent at which this technology is beginning to influence the ecosystem of educational institutions.
A good example of innovative remote learning and collaboration
would be the case of Mount Holyoke College
, where in-person and virtual students learn together. With Zoom, it is easier to do more with less when it comes to educating students and establishing cooperation with dispersed groups. What we need to do now is perfect the way in which educators perform their work in an environment where students may be thousands of miles away without frustrating anyone on either side. For this reason, we felt it is important to compile a guide that teaches you how to teach through Zoom.