Course Code ETF
Duration 3 Days / 24 Hours
Fees 1390 $
If you want to perform the role of a mixed synchronous and asynchronous learning facilitator, and possess the facilitation skills in the e-learning environment, and if you want to overcome the e-learning facilitation’s problems, after being able to plan for e-learning, you should attend this interesting program.
Who is this program for?
This program was prepared for the trainer who will organize the training programs in the e-learning environment.
At the end of this program, the learner will be able to:
- Explain the e-trainer’s role as a mixed synchronous and asynchronous learning facilitator.
- Determine how to use the adult learning concepts in the e-learning environment.
- Use the options of virtual introductions.
- Use ten facilitation skills in the e-learning environment.
- Encourage learners to interact and participate.
- Overcome the e-learning facilitation problems.
- Use four strategies to deal with difficult learners
- Complete the planning steps of an e-learning event.
- Determine steps to guide the learner toward the technology relevant to him.
What You Will Learn?
What is e-learning?
Characteristics of mixed synchronous and asynchronous learning.
The methods to obtain better learning experiences for learners through the Internet.
Five steps in Adult Learning.
Using Adult Learning concepts in e-learning.
Assessing your own skills and managing your own expectations.
The options of virtual introductions.
Thinking as the courses’ designers, and facilitating the materials designed by others.
The facilitator’s role on the Internet.
Ten facilitation skills interpreted from learning classrooms to e-learning.
The Mediator’s Skills on the Internet
How to give instructions and prepare learning activities.
How to compensate for the lack of face-to-face communication.
Ten tools and tips to increase interaction and participation.
E-facilitation for Questions
Using questions effectively.
How can the learners use, via the Internet, what they have learned.
Maintaining the progress percentage.
Indirect tasks and other options.
E-facilitation’s Problems and Solutions
Problems and how to overcome them.
When can we neglect the scenario prepared in advance.
Origins of the Internet and problems in the learners’ strategies.
Facilitating the Preparation of the E-learning Event
The targeted categories and using the questions effectively.
Creating the event’s idea or the roadmap of the learning event.
Delivering the materials to the persons who deserve them (to the concerned person).
How to communicate with the virtual teacher.
The Best Use of Technology
Guiding the learner towards technology.
Using the necessary tools to enhance interaction.
Knowing the system’s capabilities and limits.
Who will discover the errors and rectify them.
Technical support twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
Evaluation the learners and monitoring progress.
How the participants ask the appropriate questions.
Preparing the criticism information and the following steps.