Home / Course catalog / 19+ Ways to Use Video Meetings for Remote Learning


19+ Ways to Use Video Meetings for Remote Learning

Hello and welcome to this course on how to use video meetings for remote teaching and learning.  I hope you enjoy this short course and that it helps you get started with new and exciting ways to teach remotely.  Throughout the course, I will refer to 3 of the most popular video meeting applications available for schools: Zoom, Google Meet/Hangouts, and Microsoft Teams.  They are very similar in many ways.  I have provided some resources for you to help you learn how to use those apps as well.

Estimated time to complete: 1 hour
Course Requirement or Prerequisite: None
  • Video Meeting Introduction with Support Materials
  • Content and Instruction
  • Explain and Share Information
  • Lecture
  • Screensharing to provide visual step-by-steps
  • Learning experience through book reading live or watching a video together
  • Experts to share information
  • Interactive Tools for engaging lessons
  • Don't forget the Arts
  • Personal Learning
  • Mini-Lessons for Small Groups
  • Conferencing
  • Screensharing and Whiteboard Learning
  • Small group support to personalize student needs
  • Office Hours and Check-ins
  • Socializing
  • Circle Around: Morning Meetings or Group Meetings to Chat
  • Mindfulness Moments
  • Class Discussions
  • Shared Experiences
  • Social Emotional Learning Check-ins
  • Collaboration
  • Planning with Colleagues
  • Projects and Problem-Based Learning
  • Sharing of student project work and presentations
  • Involve collaboration across classes
  • Parent Support Town Hall - How to help your child work remotely
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever