originally posted on April 16, 2015
1) Visuals and Voice: limit text but do not let visuals distract from learning. Visuals should be relevant, appropriate, and support objectives.
2) Create interactions: have participants do something every 2 to 5 minutes to support learner attention. These activities should have a purpose and support objectives.
3) Whiteboards:trainers as well as participants can use the whiteboard. Use the annotation tools.
4) Chat: chat room messages. Good for open ended questions, technical help.
5) Breakout rooms: can be used for small group activity. It should be structured, a leader should be assigned.
6) Polling: good for feedback, question and answer. Best for questions with 2 to 5 possible responses.
Facilitador Tube. (2010). E-learning: How to deliver an engaging Virtual Classroom presentation. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxY22IhbaH4