Zoom forces the teacher and facilitator to be concrete and specific in ways that can help clarify objectives. Unlike a plan for an in-person session, where you can count on transition time between activities and the serendipity of happenings in physical space, a plan for Zoom has to clearly identify the goal of an activity and specifically prompt its actions and responses. It feels clunky at first, but, as with all skills, this one improves with repetition.
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