This guide offers resources that support engagement in an online classroom setting. These tools can be used in the classroom, for asynchronous workplace training and education, for outreach purposes, and for data collection. They are also great for students to use in creating projects for coursework.
Suggested use: Classes where students are broken up into groups and where the assignment has a visual component. Miro has templates for mind mapping, designing and marketing. Students can collaboratively work in real-time at each station, and there are mechanisms for students to participate in gallery walks and provide feedback on each other's work.
Suggested use: brainstorming in class and gathering feedback.
Suggested use: Best for courses such as logic, physics, chemistry and math. Use the pencil tool to write out formulas and equations with students in real time.