Instructor-Led Training by Michelle
Tools used in Development
Microsoft Office PowerPoint
Onslow County Tech Ed Educators Professional Development
A new school year is always challenging. One challenge is regrouping educators, whether it's by grade level or subject area. Revisiting the tasks and behaviors associated with new teams make learners aware of any potential challenges associated with new teams.
Training had to be complete in less than one hour for a staff of 70.
The previous slide deck version was updated to include the directions for the activity. Participants completed the activity with their new group members.
Participants were able to recognize the tasks and behaviors associated with forming new groups. Knowing the tasks and behaviors are normal reduces the number of conflicts and maximizes workflow.
The goal was to create instructor-led motivational training with measurable results for a group of 70 educators.
A presentation was required to give visual examples and simple directions. Vision Boards are a visual representation of goals. Goals are measurable; therefore, I designed a motivational training that included making a vision board.
Development started with a storyboard to map the flow of the presentation. Access to a printer for printing the template was also verified. The presentation was created using Biteable versus PowerPoint to keep the presentation energetic.
Participants were engaged throughout the Vision Board training. They were eager to create and showcase their designs.
A summative evaluation was completed by viewing the displayed Vision Boards in the classrooms.
Learners needed a video to follow so they could log into the LMS.
Video had to be approximately 1 minute and needed text inserts for main points.
The video was created and edited using Screen Cast software, Camtasia.
The video was exported as an mp4 file and loaded to Microsoft TEAMS for approximately 1,000 students.
Learners were able to follow the video and successfully create their log-ins to the LMS.