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Sharing Platforms

"I am not a teacher, but an awakener"

Robert Frost

WHATSAPP

If you are not using Whatsapp, you don't know what’s up with your learners or what your learners are up to... WhatsApp, the messaging app allows teachers to interact using text messages, share media files and voice notes. An added bonus is the ability to start groups or send broadcast messages so you’ll always know what’s up with your learners.

 

1. A beginner's guide to using WhatsApp 2020

2. WhatsApp Hacks, Tips and Tricks

3. How to create remote learning using WhatsApp

4. How to teach online using WhatsApp

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1. How to use WhatsApp 

2. Whatsapp Messenger Explained

3. is whatsapp popia compliant?

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In this section we will learn how to “Zoom through the air with the greatest of ease” using the Zoom cloud-based video conferencing platform. This innovative product can be used for video conferencing meetings, audio conferencing, webinars, and live chats. It allows teachers to virtually interact with learners  when face to face lessons aren't possible. Zoom also allows for meeting recording and screen sharing, it is designed to make your virtual lessons simple and effective.

ZOOM

 

1. How to use Zoom for online learning

2.  Zoom Tutorial Channel 

3. Step-by-step demonstration 

4. 🧙‍♂️ Top 20 Zoom Tips & Tricks

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1. Education Guide to Getting Started on Zoom

2. Comprehensive Guide to Educating Through Zoom 

3. Tips and Tricks for Teachers Educating on Zoom

4. Student Tips for Participating in Online Learning

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Symbaloo is a visual bookmarking tool that allows saving online resources in one location, and provides a safe platform to deliver online resources to learners. By exploring the resources below you  will learn how to: create your own Symbaloo web domain; share resources with learners; get access to educational webmixes and use helpful Symbaloo add-ons. Let’s start bookmarking our favourite site now:

SYMBALOO

 

1. Introduction and overview

2. How to Create a Free Account

3. Symbaloo Quick Start

5.How to share resources with your learners 

4. Learn about Tiles

6. Helpful Symbaloo Add-ons

7. Explore symbaloo learning pathways

8. Symbaloo Tutorial Channel

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1. Eleven ways to use symbaloo in the classroom

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A Seesaw is not only a playground game during break time, but a platform for student collaboration. Teachers can empower learners to create, reflect, share, and collaborate. Students “show what they know” using photos, videos, drawings, text, PDFs, and links. It’s simple to get student work in one place and share with families, and nothing is shared without teacher approval. Let’s get on the Seesaw together and have some fun.

SEESAW

 

1. Use Seesaw to post your class assignments

2. Using Seesaw for  for younger grades

3. Remote Learning for Existing Seesaw Teachers

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Without you, there would be no Youtube. Youtube is a magical place that allows you to create a channel and organize your video content for your learners. As a channel owner, you can add videos, links, and lessons about your subject for learners to explore. Allow your creativity to spark the interest of your learners.

YOUTUBE

 

1. Create a YouTube channel

2. Create your own YouTube video

3. Posting your first Video on your channel

4. How to host a Webinar using YouTube Live

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1. Step-by-step guide to start a channel

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GOOGLE CLASSROOM

Google Classroom is one of the biggest platforms for teacher-learner collaboration. It makes teaching and learning productive and meaningful by allowing Educators to create classes, distribute assignments, send feedback to learners and see everything in one place. Classroom integrates with a range of tools in the Google Suite, online quizzes and so much more. Raise your hand if you want to learn more.

 

1. Google Classroom Tutorial for Beginners

2. Google Classroom Tutorial Channel

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1. Essential guide to Google classroom

2. Google Classroom Cheat Sheet

3. Google Classroom tips and Tricks

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Another titan in the teacher-learner collaboration space is Microsoft Teams, a chat-based tool that provides the ability to work together and share information via a common space. It combines workplace chat, video meetings, file storage and collaboration on files. Like Google Classroom, Teams integrates a host of online quizzes and applications. Become an innovative educator today.

MICROSOFT 

TEAMS

1. Beginners guide to Microsoft Teams

2. MICROSOFT TEAMS AND EDUCATION Channel

3. MICROSOFT TEAMS HOW TO'S 

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1. Step by Step Guide  for Teams

2. HOW TO USE MS TEAMS FOR EDUCATION

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Moodle is a Learning Management System designed to provide educators and learners with a single, secure and integrated system to create a personalised learning environment for teaching and learning. Moodle enables the teacher to create interesting, differentiated and effective material for each class. Find out how to get started below:

MOODLE

1. What is A Learning

Management systeM (LMS)

2. Moodle Tutorial Channel

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1. Getting started with your own Moodle LMS 

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