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I teach emergency preparedness. Used to do it in person; now I have to do it online
I going to be teaching entrepreneurship and green business practices.
Software development/programming courses
I’m a psychologist, would like to do workshops for parents or professionals about issues with kids, eg autism, trauma, adhd, etc
Thank you, Cristina. We loved Armand so much!
I’m supporting a team that presents trainings to families who have children with special needs. I would like to learn about best practices for collecting data to improve learning experience.
Climate change education
We’re teaching authors/writers how to turn their published and unpublished novels into…audiobooks. We call our monthly show: ‘The Drama Dairy.’ Current episodes are hosted by Ralph & Kendra of SQUEAKYCHEESEVO. Future episodes will include guest narrators/producers/directors/VO actors. These are writers, not professional narrators. There are certainly parallels between literary storytelling and story narrating. Likewise, there are considerable differences. Although we emphasize a ‘collaborative’ relationship in which we bring the author client into the recording production process from the outset, most narrators do not take this approach preferring just to take the story and run with it, then turn the final product over to the author (or ACX.com or other audio platform) at the very end. We’re attempting to pin down the ‘takeaways,’ what we should be leaving with these prospective clients at the end of the ZOOM sessions. Marketing is also a challenge, of course. But that’s for another time. (We use FB, Twitter)
being out in nature with children, developing learning curriculum that emerges from children’s authentic experiences and interests in nature.
Niche expertise in artificial life algorithms, game physics and simulation, interactive computer art, visual math, fractals, and biology-inspired software design
Electric vehicle related technical training and education to facilitate the growth of sustainable electric transportation
Also, leveraging VR and AR technology in teaching
If you have questions or comments along the way, you can post them here for Cristina to answer…
Some online content developers say “don’t make the student have to invest too much time in class”so they feel they are a failure if they don’t complete all assignments. Make them feel successful. What are some guidelines on homework and assignments for a $100-300 course over a month?
Can you say more about neuroplasticity? Does that relate to retention of content?
what about self=paced classes?
Obviously, I like the Community building idea - but I hadn’t thought about it in this context before.
That’s why I picked Fridays at noon - figured it was an easier time for people to feel okay stepping away from their work.
Does dripping mean releasing material at a given time?
Could you say more about teaching platforms? (Udemy, Teachable, or just plain Zoom, etc?)
In terms of business model (payment), are you seeing the recurring monthly billing (ala Netflix) becoming more popular? What are the tips for making that recurring billing model work?
I didn’t even know that motivating participation was what I most needed to learn about, but that was the most valuable part of the workshop for me. Thank you! Also, the ideas of repetition and connectivity were new to me. I can make my classes so much more effective by using those tools.
Thank you so much for making this training available 😊
can you share the slides please?
Thank you so much for sharing your thoroughly thought through approach to online teaching.
Great presentation! Lots to think about! Thank you.
Thank you for your presentation! Very thorough. Would like a more advanced version on this topic.
Thanks so much for the talk!
Recommended synchronous online platform beyond zoom, mostly community driven, and highly interactive [not interested in quizzing so much]?
This was great. Thank you Cristina! Thanks Natasha!