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Learner Reviews & Feedback for Using Google Jamboard for Student Learning by Coursera Project Network

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About the Course

By the end of this project, you be able to use Google Jamboard to create a collabrative classroom fostering interactive student engagements, creating virtual lessons, sticky notes, and more. With Google Jamboard, teachers and students can collaborate in real time on lessons, projects, and anything else you can imagine. Together, we will learn how to use Jamboard to connect with students during virtual learning, for in class collaboration, and discover ways to improve our ability to differentiate instruction using Google Jamboard. The opportunities are endless. Let’s get started using Google Jamboard together! *You will need a free Google account for this project....

Top reviews

BS

Oct 19, 2020

Its really helpfull for online teaching . The presentation also was simple and clear . A great thanks to the instructor and team behind this

NN

Oct 04, 2020

Tutor cleared all our doubts within a fraction of seconds.All are good to go.

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By Dominic H

Sep 19, 2020

Very clear guide to the lesson. Keep up the good work.

By Bindu V S

Oct 19, 2020

Its really helpfull for online teaching . The presentation also was simple and clear . A great thanks to the instructor and team behind this

By Firman A

Sep 21, 2020

it's simple explanation with easy example, how to us jamboard for collaborative student learning

By Nirav N

Oct 04, 2020

Tutor cleared all our doubts within a fraction of seconds.All are good to go.

By Nithin T S

Oct 20, 2020

I really liked this course. Thank you.

By Sancho G L

Oct 11, 2020

It was very educational...

By Sam'un M

Sep 25, 2020

Improving skill

By Karen

Sep 23, 2020

Could never access the Google software (Rhyme/Jamboard) to do this class. Disappointed. Could be connectivity issue, but still disappointed.