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Splitting Your Screen for Remote Teaching

Splitting Your Screen for Remote Teaching This brief tutorial will walk you through two ways to split your screen to view both your remote learners and your content. I am using a Mac and a Chrome Browser. One method uses the built in screen arrangement feature on my Mac and then the other uses the Dualless extension for Chrome, which you can find here: https://ift.tt/1ngUX6n ***** I'd love to know more about how my videos are supporting your needs. Fill out my brief feedback form at bit.ly/Simmons-Classroom-Feedback Follow my channel and find me on Twitter at @SusieTechCoach

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