In her first class over Zoom, Ms. Easthope wished she could look over her student’s shoulders and give individualized notes about their work, just like in her on-campus class.
Her Painting and Drawing students were practicing perspective by drawing single letters in three dimensions, receding to a vanishing point.
During class, students drew in pencil and pen on their notebooks at their homes, took a photo of their work and uploaded it to Schoology. Then, Ms. Easthope would review and comment on the drawings in real-time for the student and the class.
By the end of the first period on Zoom, she remarked “This is just like walking around the classroom!”