How to Provide a Live/Recorded Math Lesson
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💻 Tools to use:
Zoom (40-minute max)
Google Meet (60-minute max)
Loom (no minute max)
Screencastify (5-minute max)
Canvas Recording (20-minute max)
Flipgrid (10-minute max)
(free versions of all programs)
🎦 If you want to:
Share your screen and show students how to do something
Zoom, Google Meet, Screencastify or Loom
Play a video inside of your recorded direct instruction
Record a lesson and be able to pause and restart the recording during your work
Screencastify, Loom, or Zoom
Record something outside/away from the computer
Record something and have students make video responses
Flipgrid, Canvas (only your webcam)
Want to write on paper or show a book? Record from your phone or tablet!
School laptops have a camera that is in a selfie mode! Writing will appear backward!
Prop the phone above you to see paper or a book
Prop the phone in front of you want to read a book or write on a board
Place the phone within a stack of cans or on a tripod
Place the phone within binder clips or in a slot cut into a cup
Record a short video. Then you can upload it to a larger presentation or share it on your platform.
If you want to write during a live session, join the call with your phone, and share screens from the phone.
Want to write on your screen? Use a program listed above to share and/or record your screen
Have a worksheet or page to annotate?
Want a blank page?
Open it in Kami and write directly on the page
Try using Paint 3D
(already on your computer, in the start menu)
or scribble within Google Draw
Live sessions should be recorded for students to access if they were unable to attend.
All links and videos should be posted on your platform (Canvas or Google Classroom)