Now Offering Transitioning to Effective Online Training 3-Part Training Series!
New England ATTC team members Raymond Sanchez and Mika Salas are offering their new training, "Transitioning to Effective Online Training: Parts 1 – 3!" This 3-part training is designed to help trainers use Zoom effectively to engage participants in virtual learning. It may be especially useful to ensure that trainings and technical assistance activities are accessible for individuals living in rural and underserved communities
Part 1, “Getting to Know Zoom” is a pre-recorded session focused on basic to intermediate Zoom functions in order to build the foundational skills necessary to host, facilitate, and provide technical assistance for any virtual training, meeting, and/or conference.
Part 2, “Advanced Zoom Functions and Best Practices” builds the specialized skills necessary to host and facilitate an engaging and secure virtual training. This training describes strategies, techniques, and resources to manage and engage participants in their ‘virtual classroom’ with tools internal to the Zoom platform.
Part 3, “External Engagement Strategies and Applications” explores techniques and best practices to manage and engage participants in their virtual training sessions using both internal and external resources, as well as practice how to implement these changes into their current curriculum.
This curriculum is updated to reflect the most recent updates that Zoom offers in their platform. You can view our most recent presentation slides and resources associated with this training here and here.