Teaching with Zoom: A Guide for Complete Beginners

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Teaching with Zoom is written by a teacher for teachers. Using non-technical, everyday language, I explain how to accomplish typical classroom activities – checking attendance, working in groups, presenting new material using interactive polls, writing on a shared whiteboard, and more. I also cover security and privacy issues, troubleshooting common problems. With over 50 screenshots! More
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About Keith Folse

Dr. Keith Folse, Professor of TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages), University of Central Florida, teaches undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral classes. Originally secondary certified in English and French, he has taught English as a Second Language for 40 years in Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, Kuwait, Japan, Spain, and the United States. For the last eleven years, he has also taught online courses, both synchronously and asynchronously.

Dr. Folse is the author of 70 English and teacher education textbooks and is a frequent conference presenter all around the world. His presentations often deal with best teaching practices, vocabulary, grammar, and speaking. He has won numerous teaching and research awards from his university, TESOL International Association, and National Geographic Learning.

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Kim Hardiman reviewed on June 12, 2020

Dr. Keith Folse’s new e-book, Teaching with Zoom: A Guide for Complete Beginners is a perfect book to help teachers use Zoom for online courses. Many teachers from K-12 up to the university level have never taught classes remotely until the COVID-19 quarantine forced everyone to suddenly move face-to-face classes to online classes. With very little training, several teachers felt confused and lost while trying to figure out how to use the new technology. This simple guide for teaching with Zoom is created for instructors who are new to online technology using non-technical everyday language. Each chapter in the e-book explores how a teacher can set up a new Zoom class to creating breakout rooms for smaller groups of students to work together. Don’t worry new teachers! This is not a complicated technical manual. It is one teacher explaining how to utilize all the creative features of Zoom in your classroom. One cool section is comments about Zoom from students, parents, and other teachers. I wish I had this book when I began to teach classes online. I had to learn how to navigate the Zoom tools by trial and error. The comprehensive guide will help any teacher who is not tech-savvy troubleshoot common problems using Zoom. Dr. Folse answered 46 teacher questions about Zoom and how to set up typical classroom activities online. Buy his e-book now and start zooming! Available ebook formats: epub. Kim Hardiman, adjunct faculty at UCF June 12, 2020
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