Even though it’s not as popular as it was a couple of years ago, Google Jamboard is still a great tool for conducting a variety of online activities including collaborative brainstorming sessions, creating word mover activities, and annotating images. It’s the annotating images use case that I demonstrate in this new video

Annotating images in Jamboard is a great way for students to ask you questions about things they’ve noticed. Likewise, as demonstrated in the video above, it’s a good way to pose questions to your students or to simply draw their attention to an important element of an image.

To learn more about Jamboard watch How to Use Google Jamboard in Google Classroom and Getting Started With Jamboard.