Presenting your Merge EDU lesson or project with video is a great way to share the experience when you can’t be together in person. And, using digital teaching aids and science simulations will make your video lessons more engaging and effective.
In this article we will introduce the main components in order to present the Merge EDU platform and apps remotely. Once you have a good idea of the main components, you can dive into the individual help articles to take the learning further.
- Teaching a Lesson Remotely
- Streaming Live AR with Zoom
- Streaming Live AR with Google Meet
- Recording a Presentation
Teaching science remotely offers unique challenges, and Merge EDU provides resources for teachers to effectively teach students online. From digital teaching aids you can hold to our standards-aligned activity plans and STEM projects, distance learning has never been more engaging.
Learn how to use Merge to teach a lesson remotely here
It’s easy to connect your device to your computer and stream a live lesson using Merge EDU apps directly in a Zoom call.
Learn how to use Merge to Stream Live AR with a Zoom Call for iOS here
Learn how to use Merge to Stream Live AR with a Zoom Call for Android here
For those of you using Google Meet for live lessons, it is also just a few easy steps to begin streaming your demonstration of Merge EDU apps.
Learn how to use Merge to Stream Live AR with Google Meet here for iOS here
Learn how to use Merge to Stream Live AR with Google Meet here for Android here
Interested in pre-recording a lesson or recording while doing a live demonstration? Check out this guide on how to record a presentation on various devices.
Learn how to record an AR Presentation here
Merge EDU provides a unique way for students to engage with learning and understand complex concepts using science simulations and digital teaching aids they can hold in the palm of their hand. By presenting your lesson with Merge, students will not only gain a better understanding of science concepts, but will use emerging technology that will shape the future.
Have fun presenting with Merge!