Take free online professional development courses, MOOCs, webinars, conferences, and workshops 12 months a year.
Google Meet is free for an audience of
up to 250 participants until July 1. You can have it for free for
up to 100,000 people if you have a G-Suite. You may wish to check
if you have Education G-Suite at your school.
The meetings can be recorded and converted to MP4. In this
section, participants will give a live online class to each
other, share the recordings, and reflect on the Padlet wall.
If you'd like you may also wish to try Jitsi (completely free), 8x8 (has expensive paid
features) which is just the same but, unlike Google Meet, ELOS,
or Online Conference Call. Unlike Google Meet, you can
record the meeting on Jitsi, 8x8, ELOS, or Free Online
Conference Call for free.
Join our Quizlet class so you can share your study sets.
Use the support forum to ask questions, add comments, and make
suggestions. Remember that your contribution will also help
Create 4 video tutorials using Screencast-o-matic.
The video tutorials will demonstrate how to use:
Remember to reply to one other participant.
Add all 4 videos to one (start a new discussion topic)
discussion post for a grade.
Use this forum to discuss your strategies on how to set up and
present on Google Meet.
Each member of the team will share the recordings of his or her
part of the team Google Meet recording, ELOS, 8 x8, Jitsi, or
Free Conference Call.
During the current outbreak of COVID-19, our goal is to support
teachers and students around the world. To help with teaching
and student engagement while school campuses are closed, we are
providing free access to Quizlet Teacher through June 30, 2020.
If you don’t already have Quizlet Teacher, you can get one with
full rights for free. Quizlet is supporting
teachers during COVID-19.
Make sure that you're sign up as a teacher—not as a student.
This week you're going to start engaging the members of
your team with Quizlet Live.