Engaging with Zoom Remote Control
“It is literally true that you can succeed best and quickest by helping others to succeed.” — Napoleon Hill
Screen sharing can add a different dimension of interactivity between yourself and your participants. In a one-on-one meeting with a student, you could screen share an example in a program to help the student to visually understand what is being discussed. After going through the example with the student, you can give the student control of your screen so that they could practice another example with the file you already have out. The opposite can also be helpful if a student is sharing their screen with you regarding an error that’s occurring on their homework. You can request for remote control to briefly go over an example on their file that might be similar to the issue they are experiencing.
Zoom Remote Control can also be a great way to help students to give smoother transitions during team presentations. Check out the video below on how remote control can help your students while presenting in Zoom.
Haven’t used the remote control tool yet? View Zoom Support’s Requesting or giving remote control page to learn more about the remote control tool.
Try it out and think about creative ways you can utilize stamps into your Zoom sessions. Then, come to our optional Virtual Open Lab via Zoom on Thursday, December 9, 2021 at 1:00-2:00 p.m. to practice, ask questions, etc. You can also contact us (Educational Technologist) for help. Lastly, there will be an opportunity at the end of this 4-part microlearning series to earn a badge of achievement.
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