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Instructor Resources to Support Class 2.0

We’ve compiled a number of helpful resources for you to share with your community to introduce Class and facilitate engaging lessons, as well as additional no-cost training opportunities to improve how you use Class.

Introducing Class to Your Community

Use the resources below to help enable your instructors and promote the benefits of Class across your organization.

Email Template Introducing Class

Announce Class to your community.

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The Next Generation Virtual Classroom

Share the benefits of Class with instructors.

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Class 2.0 Product Reference Doc

Ensure seamless adoption of Class 2.0.

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Introducing Class 2.0

Explore what’s new in Class 2.0.

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Engaging Instructional Practices with Class

Ready to take Class to the next level to increase learner engagement and participation in your class? Take a look at some of the instructor guides we’ve put together, or use our lesson planning template to create your own.

Playlists and Choice Boards

Differentiate instruction with these activities.

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Three Station Rotation for Collaboration

Create opportunities for learner discourse.

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Flex Model to Encourage Autonomy

Leverage data to facilitate agency.

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Lesson Planning Template

Create your own lesson using Class.

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Ongoing Live Training Sessions

Class holds ongoing live training sessions on a bi-weekly basis so you can join as needed throughout the course of the year. Register today for any of the four sessions, listed below, or complete all four to earn your Class for Zoom Instructor certification.

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Class for Zoom 101: Instructor Essentials

This training includes logging into Class, navigating the classroom, leveraging the Participants Panel, introduction to Learning tools, and more.

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Class for Zoom 102: Creating Engagement

This training is an introduction to Learning Tools, including a focus on creating engagement in whole-group instruction and using polls, surveys and web-based activities.

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Class for Zoom 103: Advanced Functionality

In this training, we take a deeper look at Collaboration Tools, including using Collaboration Tools, facilitating group activities in Breakout Rooms, and assisting with live work using Proctor View.

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Class for Zoom 104: Best Practices

This training covers best practices when using Class, including how to create a session in Class, preparing your lesson, launching Class and inviting learners, and reviewing session metrics.

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