We also make use of the fantastic iPad app "Explain Everything" to create our material, and therefore need to use the iPad to present from. Using a combination of both devices, we have created a system that works very well for us.
Teachers post their lesson material online well in advance of the lesson (this includes resources and the link to the live stream) and after a few lessons, teachers can generally set up their lesson and then continue teaching as they normally would, focussing on the learners in front of them while at the same time giving those at home access to an experience that is as close to being in the classroom as can be.
Our problem is that we need to start thinking about the process going forward post Covid-19 as we would very much like to continue live streaming and recording our lessons. Google will start charging for these services come September, so we are currently evaluating all options. Google is offering a promotional price, however like most schools, we spend a lot of money on hardware and try to be frugal when it comes to software. If there is a free solution, we will most certainly investigate!
I've been playing around with jitsi meet and so far it looks very promising! Effectively it works in the same way, but it uses YouTube live streaming. This comes with a few benefits, such as easier access to data and analytics (you can see in real time how many people are watching your live stream) to naem but one.
We are so pleased that we are able to offer this to our students who are unable to attend school and we are excited about the possibilities that this provides. We no doubt will continue evaluating our current setup and I will update here if there is anything new and exciting to report!