Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, May 4th at 11am PT / 2pm ET. Our topic for this week’s chat is on Virtual Classroom Tools and Approaches.
Last week we recovered from a disruption that happened the previous week that prevented us from having our chat on disruption. Phew! Well, at least that’s all cleared up and we can press on.
This week we return to looking at those topics that garnered a lot of interest at Learning Solutions this year. One of which was the panel discussion on Virtual Classrooms. Many good questions were asked and fielded on this topic, specifically around the area of the technology itself, what’s working and also what’s next. The experts also delved into designing for virtual classrooms and how to prepare and manage the unexpected.
This week on #GuildChat we bring the questions to you! If you’ve had experience designing for and delivering virtual classrooms come share your insights. If you see virtual classroom use growing in your organization come learn and engage with others!
Q1. What is one of the best virtual classroom experiences you’ve had? Describe some of the key elements that made it so successful.
Q2. How do you determine if content makes sense for a virtual classroom environment or not?
Q3. What do you see as some of the biggest challenges with today’s virtual classroom tools?
Q4. What are some ways someone new to designing virtual classroom experiences can get to know the strengths and weaknesses of the tool they’re designing it for?
Q5. What’s one feature of virtual classrooms that people should use more? Why?
Q6. What are some creative ways to use the virtual classroom tools you have now in new ways?
Q7. What features would you like to see in future virtual classroom tools?
Q8. How can organizations prepare trainers and learners to be successful in live sessions?
Missed this GuildChat? Don’t worry – you can still read through what happened on our transcript of the chat on Wakelet!