ZOOM offers free live virtual online meetings for 40 minutes for up to 100 participants. In this section, participants will give a live online class to each other, share the recordings, and reflect on the Padlet wall. In addition, they will create 3 video tutorials and add the videos to the discussion forum below. 
    How to upload a ZOOM recording to YouTube 

    Instructions of the week:
    1. Participants will get a free account on ZOOM
    2. They will create 3 video tutorials using Screencast-o-matic. 
    3. The video tutorials: 
        • will demonstrate how to schedule the ZOOM meeting.
        • highlight the features that ZOOM has.
        • demonstrate how to use each of the features available in your ZOOM meeting. 
    4. Participants will create a PowerPoint presentation on a topic they would like to present to their students, a lesson, or demonstrate a tool. 
    5. Schedule a meeting on ZOOM.
    6. Share the "join" link of their session with the other members of this course or on social networks.
    7. Give the class. 
    8. Get an account on Padlet.
    9. Remake the course Padlet wall.
    10. Share the link of the remake of their Padlet wall.
    11. Add the recordings of their ZOOM meeting to the remake of the Padlet wall.
    12. Reflect on the process of scheduling and giving the ZOOM meeting on their Padlet wall under their video recording.
    13. Share the link to your Padlet wall in this discussion forum.
    14. Remember to respond to one other discussion thread. 
    15. Team discussions
    16. Team live online class 
    • ZOOM Meeting: Team-based Discussion (This is a group discussion with only the members of the team) Forum
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