series of screenshots illustrating how to schedule and host Google Hangouts Meet events. For those who would like to see the whole process in a video format, I recorded the following tutorial video. In How to Create Google Hangouts Meet Events you'll see two methods for creating events and inviting your students to join those events.
Take a look at my PDF Tips and Tools for Teaching Remotely for more tools and ideas for online instruction.
Saturday, March 14, 2020
As COVID-19 continues to spread and more schools close, I hope that all of can stay healthy and safe. Kudos to the ed tech companies and organizations that have worked hard to make resources freely available to teachers and students who need help rapidly transitioning to online instruction. As I said on my podcast, you can call me naive, but I think the vast majority are doing it out of a genuine concern and not as a money-grab.
These were the week's most popular posts:
1. Cisco Makes Webex Free and Publishes Guides for Teachers and Students
2. Tips and Tools for Teaching Remotely
3. Now You Can Fix Images in Google Docs
4. How to Host an Online Meeting With Zoom
5. How to Schedule, Host, and Customize Google Hangouts Meet Events
6. Two More Guides to Transitioning to Online Instruction
7. Teamimg - Collaborate to Make Interactive Images
2020 Practical Ed Tech Summer Camp!
I'm still planning to host the 2020 Practical Ed Tech Summer Camp in July. Discounted early registration is on sale now.
Thank You for Your Support!
- Nearly 100 of you have already participated in a Practical Ed Tech webinar this year. Thank you!
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- Practical Ed Tech Newsletter - This comes out once per week (Sunday night/ Monday morning) and it includes my tip of the week and a summary of the week's most popular posts from FreeTech4Teachers.com.
- My YouTube Channel - More than 17,000 people subscribe to my YouTube channel for my regular series of tutorial videos including more than 300 Google tools tutorials.
- The Practical Ed Tech Podcast is where I answer questions from readers, share news and notes, and occasionally talk to interesting people in education.
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- Twitter - I've been Tweeting away for the last twelve years at twitter.com/rmbyrne
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