In these times of confinement, we are trying to pursue our image macro teaching courses remotely.
To do so we are looking for tools that can allow us to keep a good interactivity between trainers and trainees (even the shy ones that will hesitate asking their questions in front of the others).
We know that during these courses, it is critical to be able to help trainees correct many small errors in their codes and realized that we would very rapidly lose everyone if we base the teaching on a simple videocall.
In normal, on site, conditions I like to have a single trainer supported by a couple of helpers for my courses. So we’re looking for a software tool that would help us reproduce this structure.
So far I have only found partial solutions:
- Meet offers the possibility to have multiple videoconference at once, but since they are not connected it seems tricky to keep the course tidy and clear.
- Zoom offers the possibility to have “break rooms” and split the main meeting in separate rooms while keeping everything in the same environment which already seems easier to use. But once in the “breakroom”, the participants in this room have no feedback on what happens in the main room anymore…
Would any of you have other or better ideas for nice interactive teachings?
Thanks a lot!