Create a virtual classroom template using Google Slides
Modify the classroom to include decorations and linked videos
Share the completed virtual classroom with parents and students
By the end of this project, you will have created a virtual classroom that will engage your students during virtual learning or as a more engaging way to encourage practice at home. Teaching is constantly evolving. As we learn more about our students, we uncover new ways to ensure that they are not just learning - they are thriving. When we can connect our tech-savvy students to tech-connected learning, while also providing greater visual appeal, our students are more likely to enjoy learning. We can also encourage them to become lifelong learners as we connect them to the many tools and resources that are available at their fingertips online. *You will need a free Google account in order to complete this project.
In a video that plays in a split-screen with your work area, your instructor will walk you through these steps:
Use the key features of Google Slides
Design a fixed background for your virtual classroom
Decorate your classroom using objects that can be linked to learning activities
Connect videos and activities to your virtual classroom
Share your classroom with students and parents
Your workspace is a cloud desktop right in your browser, no download required
In a split-screen video, your instructor guides you step-by-step
I'm very thankful to Coursera team for providing such a wonderful courses. It's very informative and helpful for teachers for conducting online classrooms in this pandemic situation
I find this very useful for homeschooling. I would love to share it with my fellow homeschoolers or better yet start my own virtual classes. Great Project!
Thank you for a great course Rachel. Content was useful, the course was concise and it was great being able to try out Rhyme.
I enjoyed doing this course. I stay on to complete additional work I had. I mastered this level.
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