DO YOU KNOW WHAT ZOOMBOMBING IS?
ZOOMBOMBING: The process by which a troll (or classmate) drops nasty content in front of others in a Zoom call because the host hasn't adjusted file and screen sharing settings correctly.
Because of COVID-19, more and more kids are loving Zoom or being asked to use it during class activities. But there are some settings that can prevent trolls from stopping in and wrecking things if for some reason they acquire the Zoom link.
Privacy & Zoom - ZOOM is not compliant with FERPA, COPPA, or state student privacy laws. Which means teachers will want to avoid screen shots or recording their lessons. Read more in this Ed Surge article.