Distance learning is already challenging for many teachers and students. Video bombing makes it even more frustrating for teachers who are already doing their best to provide high-quality learning.
Video bombing often occurs when students share out Zoom or Google Meet links to others online so they can troll the live sessions. Worst, they would interrupt the live sessions with many inappropriate things such as vulgar profanity, threats, nude images, porn videos, and many other things.
In the video, we cover our best four tips to reduce video bombing in our classes during distance learning.