Getting Started with No Student Accounts
It’s easy to get started using QuaverEd tools with no added pressure on students, families, or IT departments. Use these tips to start the year strong or to fill in while integrations are established between QuaverEd and your district.
The next best thing to in-person teaching this year may be for teachers to provide the same instruction via video and to pair it with interactive tools for students to apply what they’re learning at home.
Here are a few ideas for remote instruction combining video tools and QuaverEd’s resource sharing capabilities:
- Teach your lesson live via a video meeting application and generate shareable links to activities students can complete at home. Simply display the QR code live in your lesson or post as a link for students to click in the chat or in a classroom portal.
- Record your instruction as a custom Teacher Recording Screen and generate a shareable link to the day’s lesson to share with students via email or a classroom portal.
If your students are returning to the classroom with restrictions, consider these ideas for adapting Quaver lessons to accommodate social distance restrictions.