Building Confidence as an Online Teacher and Facilitator
Are you needing to move your classroom online because of COVID-19? Are you worried about keeping your students engaged in this forum, where distractions are particularly tempting? Are you going to be facilitating other kinds of discussions online and want to learn the best ways of engaging participants across a range of ages? If so, I’m here to make things a little less stressful.
In a series of digestible videos, you’ll learn:
- What you need to know to lead your first online sessions.
- Creative ways to be interactive and engaging.
- How to put people in small groups for online discussion or other tasks.
- Common pitfalls and how to avoid them.
Most importantly, you’ll grow your confidence, so you can bring your gifts more fully into this environment.
I’ve been a teacher for over 35 years, and my students have included children, college students, and older adults. In recent years, I have taught close to 1,000 people online and am excited to share what I’ve learned with you.
When you register, you’ll receive an email with access to almost 90 minutes of encouragement and tips. If you don’t see my email within a few minutes, check your spam, updates, or promotions folder. That is almost always the reason. If you still can’t find it, use the contact form to let me know and we’ll get you access as soon as possible.
Comments on my other online courses
This class was truly great. It got our entire team thinking in new ways, opening vistas of what we can do & how to do it. I strongly recommend this class. It was exactly what I needed.
Eileen’s deep experience was invaluable. She has truly “been there & done that” and can speak with real insight and can articulate concepts clearly. I want more training from Eileen!
More about My Background
A graduate of Duke and Yale, Eileen Flanagan has been teaching in different formats for over 35 years. Her first experience in front of the classroom was as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Botswana, where she had forty children per class. Since then she has taught in a prison, at a spiritual study center, and at University of the Arts, in Philadelphia, where she taught courses on racism in the United States and South Africa. After the 2016 election, she started teaching online courses for people wanting to make their social change work more effective. She is also the award-winning author of three books and a nationally-known climate activist.