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Working From Home: The Ultimate Tech Guide to Remote Collaboration

Get tips to boost your Zoom and Microsoft Teams meetings at home. Discover how to share screens, get creative and be more productive while working or teaching remotely.

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Training from Home? How to Demo Apps Like Google Classroom

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Teacher sharing phone screen to Google Classrooms

No distance learning plan is complete without technology integrators and administrators. These staff members are important to the success of distance learning, as they provide direct instruction and support for teachers.

When teachers are new to working from home, they experience many tech challenges for the first time. Luckily, there’s an easy way for EdTech integrators to provide professional development training from anywhere. This guide shows you how with examples from a real educator doing it herself.

Certified EdTech expert Jennifer Hall showed exactly how she remotely trained teachers at Atlanta Public Schools on Google Classroom with an app called Reflector.

Reflector, along with a videoconferencing tool like Zoom or Microsoft Teams, can be the easy solution to maintain your professional development and training goals no matter where your teachers are working.

Note: This setup will also work if you want to share a recorded training with your teachers instead of holding a live session. Learn more below.

How to Demo Apps Like Google Classroom Remotely to Teachers

This example highlights Google Classroom, but any app or extension can be shared with Reflector. 

Step 1

Download and install Reflector on your Mac or PC.

Step 2

Open Google Classroom on your mobile device.

Step 3

Open your preferred videoconferencing tool on your Mac or PC.

Step 4

Open Reflector on your Mac or PC.

Step 5

On your mobile device, open the screen mirroring/cast options and tap the name of your computer to begin screen mirroring to Reflector.

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Note: Make sure your device is connected to the same wifi network as your computer.

Step 6

Within your videoconferencing tool, select the option to share your screen.

Note: The videoconferencing tool is not needed if you prefer to record your lesson and share it later instead of holding a live remote training. Simply utilize the recording features in Reflector. 

Begin your training!

Start your PD session in your PJs!

The teachers you are working with will be able to follow along as you walk through new applicationsRemote teaching can be a challenge, but it does not have to stop you from sharing resources and supporting your teachers. Reflector will allow you to continue your interactive and engaging training. 

Educators around the world use Reflector

Share your screen wirelessly. Train people thoughtfully.

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