From the author of Zoom for Beginners comes a starting guide geared specifically for teachers. Zoom's functionality and host of built-in collaboration tools are examined from the perspective of schoolmen and teachers alike, acknowledging both those working for an institution such as a college or high school, as well as the more entrepreneurial educators who prefer to tutor privately.
Zoom is an increasingly-popular piece of video-conferencing software that helps millions of people come together worldwide. From small businesses to grand organizations, Zoom is there to enable face-to-face communication across any distance.
As a teacher, you likely understand the importance of body language and facial expression when trying to ensure that a lesson sinks into a student's brain; even more so if you've ever had to grade an oral presentation. You are likely painfully aware that emails or phone calls just do not cut it when trying to give assignments to students remotely, as several of the tools required to make an engaging and impactful session simply do not transfer through.
Even if you're the best transactional writer in the world, how do you reinforce the right tone for all of your students? How do you ensure that an academic atmosphere will manifest in a student's home or apartment when you're trying to communicate from many miles away?
Some learn better through reading, some through listening, and some through observing.
As a teacher, this book will show you:
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For both teaching and revision, learning to use Zoom properly will help you keep your education needs covered.
So, What Are You Waiting For?
Purchase this book, and find out how to help Zoom help you today