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Jamboard: Sparking Collaboration in Google Classroom and Beyond

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Overview

If you're looking for an outlet for creativity and collaboration– Jamboard may be for you! This whiteboard-style Google Tool provides an interactive canvas for your students to unlock their creative potential. Great for group projects, or individual brainstorming, Jamboard is quickly becoming a teacher (and student!) favorite. Whether you are using Google Classroom, or just love Google products, Jamboard can help bring collaboration to your teaching. Join Matt Bergman for this intro level, step-by-step webinar on using Jamboard. You'll learn how to get started, tips and tricks for using Jamboard, and great ideas to start using it with your students.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Sunday, May 16, 2021 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Google Classroom, Virtual Learning
Tags: collaboration, google classroom, Jamboard, step by step

Reviews (271)

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I needed to refresh. Thank you !
 
Great information. I had tried to watch a session on youtube and it was too confusing. This is great and I'm willing to give it a try now.
 
I learned a great deal
Full Member
 
This was a great webinar. You did a great job showing us the basics and giving examples of ways to implement this into our classrooms.
 
You do a great job of demonstrating as well as coaching us.
Full Member
 
Great introduction to a new way of collaboration.
Full Member
 
Learned some great ideas and basic info on beginning my jamboree use..thanks
 
This video was creative. I will like to use Jamboard as most of my students are visual learners.
Full Member
 
I have watched many webinars by Matt Bergman. As a visual learner, I love that he regularly shares his presentations. I practice new skills on my own and it helps to review them. Today, I had to skip to the end to access the bit.ly as the backchannel #5290 links to "Test Lesson 42021".
 
This was helpful as an introduction to Jamboard!
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