Online Staff Meetings
Although the school has been closed due to the spread of the coronavirus infection, we held an online staff meeting today.
In the midst of such an emergency, it was a meeting to examine and decide what students could do to advance their learning. (We’ve already started doing homerooms online with our students this week, and we’ve talked about how we can proceed with that. )
Zoom, which many teachers are using for the first time, is like “Oh, Sensei, can you mute it? Because Zoom, which i didn’t get used to at first, is now “Oh, sir, can you mute it? Because the sound is howling. Or something. “If you have a comment, please leave a comment in the chat section. And so on Gradually, rather than, I’ve become accustomed to using the tools at a considerable speed.
There is an echo or feedback sound.
“If you have a comment, please leave a comment in the chat section. So gradually, I’ve become accustomed to using the zoom tools with considerable speed.
Right now, social distancing is important for preventing infection, but I’m going to take it seriously to use the power of these technologies to develop the learning for our students.