I've trained educators for the past 5 years. I'm lucky enough to have trained in multiple modalities.
The start of my training career began when the director of curriculum had visited my middle-school classroom and observed my use of cooperative learning strategies. After seeing my students engage in the lesson, she asked me to create an hour long, hands-on training for all middle school teachers across the large metropolitan district. I was delighted to create and share.
After a couple of successful sessions of the cooperative learning training, I was then approached by the director of educational technology to create instructor-led trainings for: the new assessment analysis platform (Illuminate), the new learning management system (Schoology), and additional EdTech tools. That's when my PD Training career began.
My training expanded to higher education 2 years ago. I was hired in the same month the college had signed the contract to move from an eLearning management company using Moodle to an in-house eLearning management (me) using Canvas. I was ready for the challenge. In my first six months in this position, I executed an LMS implementation change affecting over 4,000 students, and trained just over 100 faculty members to use and build courses in this new LMS.
Below are two samples of online, asynchronous trainings I created for faculty who could not attend my in-person trainings on campus.