I wanted to do another quick post on how I am running my Online AP Calculus class this year. As I’ve mentioned before, I am loving my Wacom products (especially my new Bamboo Slate this year). And, my students are absolutely in love with Slack! Having a class Slack channel is, hands down, what they’ve mentioned time and time again to be their favorite part of taking an online class.
I have recently been using Zoom.us to host my online, synchronous sessions. I started by using Google Hangouts, but I’ve found Zoom to be even better and easier.
I made a very quick recording where I show a quick snip from my Online AP Calculus session (where I am using my Bamboo Slate to write) and then I talk you through my process. At the very end of the recording, you’ll see how – with the click of a button – I am able to upload all of the notes from my Bamboo Slate to Slack. It’s pretty amazing.
- My Top #EdTech Tools for Teaching Online AP Calculus @wacom @PearDeck @SlackHQ @EDpuzzle @OneNoteEDU @SocraticOrg
- From Notepad to Computer Screen: Projecting Handwritten Work in Real-Time w/out a Tablet PC – Using Wacom’s BambooSlate
- Student-Led Google Hangouts, Recorded with YouTube Live, in my Online AP Calculus AB Course
- Teaching Online AP Calculus – Trimester 1 Recap & #EdTech Tool Favs