School districts and teachers have been working to build virtual classrooms pretty much from scratch over the past week to ensure the continuity of learning for students while campuses remain closed.
Some teachers have created YouTube channels. Others are using social media, along with video conferencing platforms such as Zoom, Google Hangouts and Skype. Through these efforts, educators have been able to lead class discussions, meet one-on-one with students, or post lessons for students to work on during the day.
Many teachers have been sharing their virtual classroom experiences on social media over the last week. Here’s a sample of what distance learning looks like.
Vista del Mar Elementary, Capistrano Unified
Take a look at our new YouTube Channel “Mako Virtual” with an introductory video. Please watch and provide comments…be nice, this is a sharp learning curve for me:)https://t.co/d6hqTyGJ3X
Here is a great video created by one of our amazing CESD teachers that will help if you’re having trouble logging into Clever on our website.
Clever Login Support https://t.co/PZcLb9IKNL via @YouTube