Earlier this week I
wrote a review of a new collaborative whiteboard tool called
Whiteboard Chat. One of the highlights of Whiteboard Chat is the ability to create whiteboards for your students and then remotely observe what your students put on the whiteboards. The best part is that you can see up to nine student whiteboards simultaneously. That feature and more are highlighted in
my new video about how to use Whiteboard Chat.
Applications for Education
As I wrote earlier this week, Whiteboard Chat could be a great tool for math classes meeting in Google Meet. It could be equally useful for any lesson in which you need students to create diagrams and share them with you. You could use Whiteboard Chat’s teaching mode to give students their own whiteboards to work on that you can also view without having to fumble with screen sharing.