The virtual classroom offers a variety of tools, like chat and breakout rooms, that instructional designer can use to design activities in order to boost learner engagement. But good virtual programs don’t just happen. Impactful learning programs require great design.
When it comes to virtual learning, an instructional designer’s toolkit and skillset require specific and adaptable expertise. Discover core competencies and next steps in this thoughtful one-hour program.
Articulating the difference between ‘interaction’, ‘collaboration’, and ‘engagement,’ and how to apply each
Participating in a scenario-based activity that uses chat, application sharing, whiteboards, and breakout rooms
Identifying opportunities for you to take your virtual design skills to the next level with InSync Training, whether you need a quick start, or opportunities for in-depth practice and feedback
Virtual Classroom Facilitation and Design FAQs
The Art of Design for the Virtual Classroom – Infographic
Whitepaper - Virtual Classroom Tool Design Basics: A Virtual Engagement Prime
Delivered by an InSync Training expert, this session demonstrates how to create collaborative, interactive online programs.
This session is intended for instructional designers whose responsibilities currently or will include creating training for the live online environment.