Technology won’t replace teachers, but teachers who use technology will probably replace teachers who do not.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the virtual communication platform known as Zoom has entered our everyday life and is most likely here to stay for quite a while.
What does this mean for you and your students? It means that you are now going to be wearing your teaching hat, your disciplinarian hat, your coaching hat, and your mentor hat – all in your virtual classroom. So, how do you keep your students engaged while delivering the curriculum standards that your school provides you?
You have to become the ultimate Zoom master.
But really, we say this because Educators of America have been using Zoom throughout all five of our programs for a while now and through our myriad of Zoom experiences and usage, we see the requirement for teachers to leverage Zoom for education. In our own case, we have been using Zoom for nearly all of the programs that we operate. Performing Professional Development and Project-Based Learning Certification sessions over long distances? Zoom. Facilitating live conversations between American and Namibian students? Zoom. Working with communities overseas with our Building Hope program? Zoom.
We like to fancy ourselves as heavy practitioners of Zoom and we had the realization that being able to share our knowledge with teachers and educators in a useful and effective way is something that is severely needed right now. Furthermore, through our Zoom for Education training, teachers can train students to be effective Zoom users as well.
From Elementary School all the way to High School, we’re ready to help you make the most of Zoom for teaching, instructing, coaching, projects, and more.
Interested in Zoom for Education training? Simply fill out the contact form below and we’ll get in contact with you right away.