If a student asks a question, you can repeat the question so that both local and remote students hear it.
If you want to move around the local classroom, display objects, or write on a whiteboard, you can connect your smartphone or iPad to Zoom and Share Content from that device. This will enable you to display apps on your device (e.g., Explain Everything whiteboard app).
NOTE: We eliminate feedback issues when relying on a single source of audio in the local classroom. If you log into the Zoom meeting on your device (See Option 2 in the guide,Sharing an iPad Screen), be sure to
Leave computeraudio on your laptop and use audio on the device.
Start the Zoom recording on your device so that you will include audio in your Zoom recording.
End the Zoom meeting. Your recording will begin to process.
If you chose to Record on this Computer, the guide, Share Your Recordings, demonstrates how to upload the Zoom recording from your computer's Zoom folder (i.e., Zoom .mp4 video file) to your YouTube account and share the YouTube link in your course site.