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    Google Meet can be used to host video chats and to live stream video. Google Meet is the recommended tool for video chats since it is included as a core service for GSuite for Education and is covered under Google's privacy policy. Your BASD Google login gives you access to Hangouts Meet. Students can join video chats using their BASD logins.

    Start Here --> This document provides directions for creating breakout rooms, how to use Meet without Classroom, how to create recurring meetings with Calendar, and provides answers to frequently asked questions.

    View these slides for more detailed information and suggestions for using Google Meet.

    How to Use Meet on Multiple Devices (without feedback and echo)

    Watch this short video to see how to get started.

    How to use Jamboard collaborative whiteboard in Meet

    5 Quick Activities to Try with Jamboard

    Google Meet video series from Eric Curts - these short tutorials are designed specifically to help teachers use Meet for remote teaching

    See how to use the free Kami extension to annotate PDFs during a Google Meet session

    Watch the following video to see how easy it is to prevent unwanted participants and to customize host controls.

    If recording any Meet sessions, follow the guidelines in the Supervision, Observation and Accountability document including: 

    1. Do not record anyone without their consent
    2. Teachers will use Google Meet and/or GoGuardian for live video sessions that include students
    3. Recordings that include students must be password protected (Google Drive, Classroom, Meet, Flipgrid, YouTube (private or unlisted) and not shared publicly
    4. Teachers who teach the same content more than once will use recordings only to provide instruction to students who are absent (and won’t use to record one lesson and then use the recording for other classes).