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Table 5 Examples of Zoom features supporting the online flipped classroom

From: Transitioning to the “new normal” of learning in unpredictable times: pedagogical practices and learning performance in fully online flipped classrooms

Teaching and learning activities (example) Zoom feature (purpose)
Teacher-led class discussion; teacher demonstration of strategies (if necessary) Virtual hand-raising (to allow individual students to ask questions)
Polling/voting (to rapidly collect and analyze student responses to the questions)
Chat function (to allow participants to ask questions or post comments)
iOS screen sharing from iPad (to allow an instructor to write content on an iPad and share it with the participants)
Group work and presentation, followed by teacher and peer feedback Breakout rooms + broadcast features (to assign participants to small groups for virtual group discussions + instructors used the broadcast feature to send relevant tips or suggestions to all of the small groups)
Screen-sharing (to allow a participant to share his/her screen with other people)
Virtual hand-raising (to allow individual students to ask questions)
Chat function (to allow participants to ask questions or post comments)