The service will allow teachers to communicate assignments, lessons, and feedback through video as they teach remotely during the nationwide crisis
To help schools affected by COVID-19, BombBomb, a video software company in Colorado Springs, CO, has announced that its software is now completely free for teachers. BombBomb enables users to record and send video messages through email, text, and other communications like Schoology, Google Classroom, Infinite Campus, and more. With BombBomb’s software, teachers will be able to give feedback and guidance to their students face-to-face, even when they can’t be there in person.
Helping educators is especially important to BombBomb President and Co-Founder, Darin Dawson. Both his mother and mother-in-law are former teachers, and his wife is currently a school counselor. When Dawson was informed that schools would be closed and teachers were being asked to work remotely, he knew BombBomb’s software could help.
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“Few people are more critical to our future than teachers. In this time of uncertainty, our goal is to enable our educators to continue to provide inspiration and guidance to their students despite having to teach remotely,” says Dawson.
Along with free access to its product, BombBomb is also offering complimentary training to help educators get started with video messaging software. Dawson continues, “Remote teaching is going to be new for a lot of teachers. It’s something many of them haven’t had to do before. Because of this, we wanted to empower these teachers and help them feel comfortable with this new challenge through training and education.”
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Offering this service to teachers will help BombBomb work towards a deeper goal, rehumanizing the planet. Dawson explains, “We believe that humans have intrinsic value. We are better when we can communicate face-to-face. Our team at BombBomb is so excited to be able to help teachers rehumanize their communication through video.”
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