Tuesday, April 14, 2020

3 Ways to See Your Students when Presenting in Google Meet

One of the great features of Google Meet is the ability to share your screen with your students or other meeting participants. This allows you to present a slideshow, navigate a website, work out a math problem, show a video, or provide any sort of instruction.

The problem is, once you share your screen to begin presenting, all you can see is, well... what you are presenting and not your students or audience anymore. This can make it difficult to stay connected to your students, assess their understanding, monitor their engagement, and take questions.

Thankfully there are several options for how you can stay connected with your students while presenting your screen. To demonstrate this I have recorded a short 7-minute video that shows 3 different ways to still see your students when you are presenting your screen in Google Meet.

Tutorial Video (7 minutes)

Here is my quick 7-minute video on 3 different ways to still see your students while you are presenting your screen in a Google Meet video conference.

Note: See all of my Google Meet help videos here:

Post by Eric Curts. Connect with me on Twitter at twitter.com/ericcurts

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