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Best Practices in Online Facilitation and Teaching

Best Practices in Online Facilitation and Teaching

Despite years in synchronous learning environments during Covid-19, many of us still struggle with how to actively engage learners online. This workshop will provide you with tips and tricks to “Sync or Swim”. Using active learning techniques from this workshop you will present online in small groups, receiving constructive feedback from our experienced facilitators and peers.

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Description

Think you know Zoom? Despite years in synchronous learning environments during Covid-19, many of us still struggle with how to actively engage learners online. This workshop will provide you with tips and tricks to “Sync or Swim”. Using active learning techniques from this workshop you will present online in small groups, receiving constructive feedback from our experienced facilitators and peers.

Don't miss this opportunity to revolutionize your healthcare teaching techniques. Join us for an engaging workshop that will leave you feeling confident, inspired, and ready to excel in synchronous online teaching.

(Description written using prompts from ChatGPT 3.5, Sept 24. 2023)

Learning Objectives

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

·       Recite definitions and evidence for technology enhanced learning

·        Contrast the advantages and disadvantages of synchronous online learning compared to other delivery methods, including ways to combat disadvantages such as videoconferencing fatigue and learner engagement.

·       Model best practice in online synchronous teaching and facilitation

Program Details

For more information about the Stepping Stones Program please click here.

Relevant Resources

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