Zoom Annotation Tools, Split Screen on a Chromebook, Dual Monitors

The tips I have to share with you today are for Zoom Annotation tools, chromebooks, and using dual monitors.

Tip #1: Using Annotation tools during a Zoom

There are many different ways to use annotation tools while in a Zoom with your students. These annotation options coupled with the teacher touch screen laptops is great! Watch this screencast demonstration of the various ways you can annotate while teaching over Zoom in laptop and tablet mode.

Tip #2: How to do Split Screen on a Chromebook

As you continue to help students navigate their chromebooks and have multiple tabs open, you can teach them how to do split screen so that they can see two windows side by side. See the steps below.

  1. On one of the windows you want to see, click and hold Maximize .

  2. Drag to the left or right arrow .

  3. Repeat for a second window.

Tip: You can also use the shortcut Alt + [ to move left, or Alt + ] to move right.

Tip #3:How to use Dual Monitors

Many of you have been asking how to use dual monitors with your laptop. Here is a step by step guide on how to set up dual monitors.

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