Leading a workshop or running remote classrooms are easy with Wonder. Both environments rely on two fundamentals:
Delivering information to your participants.
Creating a space for discussion and/or collaboration.
Follow these steps to get the most out of your Wonder classroom:
Step 1: Setting up
By creating Areas, set up congregation spaces for your participants. Here’s an example of a digital classroom:
1 on 1 Teacher: Reserved for one on one meetings with students. (Note: Circles can be locked for privacy.)
Student Lounge: Where students can congregate and chit chat.
Breakout groups: Reserved for groups to have discussions as part of the session.wn discussions.
Step 2: Addressing participants
Just like in an IRL classroom, a host can address the entire room by using theBroadcast function. A teacher could use this for a lecture or presentation; alternatively, a workshop leader could use the broadcast to deliver information, then assign everyone to their breakout Areas.
With the Broadcast Function, a host is able to address all the participants in the room. A teacher could use this for a lecture or presentation. Alternatively, a workshop leader could use the broadcast to deliver information then assign everyone to their breakout areas.
Up to 6 people can broadcast at once! You can use this feature to allow your students to share their project with the class or have a workshop participant share their results.
Step 3: Repeat!
Your room will never close, so your participants will always know where to go for future workshops.
Bonus: Your room isn’t just for training! It can be reconfigured to use in any way you’d like. Interested in other ways to use the room? Here are some ideas!