Virtual Classroom Facilitation Mastery Series (Zoom)
Facilitating Learner Engagement and Learning Transfer
Immerse yourself in live online learning facilitation best practice with the hands-on, authentic, and engaging Virtual Classroom Facilitation Mastery Series.
Using tools, models, practical experience, and expert guidance, learn how to:
- Use virtual classroom tools to support two-way constant communication and collaboration
- Create learner engagement through questioning and specialized facilitation techniques
- Manage the virtual classroom learning experience
- Develop valuable instructional partnerships
- Manage mobile and mixed delivery mode learners
- Ensure virtual classroom success
Available as a public live online certificate program and for private delivery to corporate teams.
Who should attend?
Ready to invest in a hands-on, evaluated experience with personalized coaching and practice opportunities? This modern learning program supports learning professionals whose current or future job responsibilities include facilitating virtual online sessions for internal or external clients in the virtual classroom. Additionally, instructional designers or training professionals looking to understand the unique role of the virtual online facilitator will benefit from this offering.
Lesson topics include:
- Using virtual classroom tools to support two-way constant communication
- Creating relationships and audience engagement
- Managing the virtual classroom experience
- Keeping learners engaged using effective questioning techniques
- Developing instructional partnerships
- Ensuring virtual classroom success
$1600 US per learner
Available as a private certificate program to corporate teams.
Contact this provider
InSync Training - Setting Standards for the Modern Classroom
Since 2000, InSync Training has led the training field by researching, vetting and promoting best practice in the virtual classroom before the technology was established. InSync focuses on real learning outcomes and meaningful practices, and have extended this theory to...