Additional free Zoom training opportunities for all Ohio school districts


Educators who missed the last Zoom training can attend the next Zoom as a Teacher-Host webinar series or watch any of the previously recorded webinars online. There is no fee or registration for the webinars. Each webinar, transcript and chat will be posted on the Management Council Community website after the event.
Zoom video collaboration software enables teachers and students take part in high-quality, live, online learning opportunities. Zoom requires no special technology, and participants can use it on any platform including Windows, Mac, iOS, Android and Chromebooks. Students situated remotely and lacking computers or smart devices still can receive audio instruction using a telephone.
Recorded sessions from the series also provide training explaining how districts can take advantage of all of INFOhio's high-quality content free of charge. INFOhio content ensures equity of access for students with or without internet service, is easy to use remotely, and covers almost all standards, benchmarks and indicators included in Ohio’s Learning Standards and model curriculum.
Join a webinar: Zoom as a Teacher-Host webinar series
Participants will get click-by-click lessons about different Zoom features from a teacher-host’s perspective with Michele Carlisle, director of the Confucius Institute and avid Zoom teacher and user at the East Central Ohio Educational Service Center. Check the Management Council’s Community site for the links to join the trainings:

  • Monday, March 23: Using Zoom to Instruct, recording to be posted;
  • Tuesday, March 24 from 1-1:30 p.m.: Using Zoom to Share Content; and
  • Thursday, March 26 from 9-9:30 a.m.: Using Zoom’s Breakout Rooms and Polling Features
Find previous webinar sessions, additional remote resources, Zoom how-to videos and more information about INFOhio's free digital content and resources on the Management Council’s Community site supporting remote learning.
For more information about the training, contact the Management Council or your local Information Technology Center.