It's the end of the year, and you have a ton of things to do! You're tired, you're bogged down with work, and you're stressed. You pop in a movie to entertain your students while you get to the piles of work on your desk. I understand...no judgment.
I used to think that I'd have to work on paperwork while my students were watching movies because the movie was playing on my teacher computer screen. That was, until someone showed me how to extend my screen so that the kids were watching the video and I could continue to work on my computer. It was a delightful revelation to have.
Here are instructions on how to extend your screen so that your students can watch a movie (or interact with GoNoodle's indoor recess) while you concurrently work online or type up reports or do the thousands other things end of the year wrap-ups require.
I am by no means a Windows guru, but I typed this up for my team to spread the knowledge.
Good luck, and email me with questions or comments. 35Corks@gmail.com. I love getting mail.
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