Let’s face it. When you’re not present in your classroom, you miss your whiteboard.
It’s convenient. Everyone in the room can see it. You can write text and draw pictures on it, then erase it clean in an instant.
When you’re teaching remotely, the physical whiteboard may be gone. But the concept of using it to teach doesn’t have to be.
In this post, you’ll see 10 options for teaching remotely with whiteboards. With most of these options, you can …
- Start a video call using your preferred video call platform (Zoom, Skype, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, etc.). Share your screen so students can see your whiteboard.
- Use a screen recording tool to capture video you can share with students later. Use a tool like Screencastify, Loom, Snagit, the Game Bar app in Windows, etc.
Have another idea for online whiteboarding for remote learning? Share it in a comment below!