Yes, but how it is done depends on whether the teachers also share an internet connection (IP address).
If two teachers need teach a class at the same time (“co-hosting”):
- TEACHER 1 should sign in to the classroom zoom account and start the meeting (using the “Zoom Password” and “Zoom ID” on AIRS;
- TEACHER 2 should either sign in to the same account (from a different IP address) or join the class “as a student” using the “Zoom ID” on AIRS).
- TEACHER 1 should assign TEACHER 2 as a co-host in the meeting. Click here to follow a tutorial on the zoom website on assigning a co-host during a meeting.
Important! If TEACHER 1 and 2 sign in with the same account from the same internet connection, the first to sign in will be signed out automatically.
In this case, TEACHER 2 should join the class “as a student” using the “Zoom ID” on AIRS).