Online Train the Trainer – 2 Week Intensive – Create Your Own Online Course
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Pricing before Jan 8, 2024 $950 NAPD Members, $1100 Non Members
Pricing Jan 9 and beyond $1050 NAPD Members, $1200 Non Members
2 Week Intensive
Feb 15 – Feb 27, 2024
Taught online with eight 90 minute small group meetings
We will meet through Zoom at 1:30 pm ET/10:30 am PT on February 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 26 & 27
Please only sign up if you are able to attend all of the small groups and commit to a minimum of 15 hours of out of class work during this 2 week period. The class is designed to get you to the point that you have a course ready to launch if you have the time to invest in the course during the 2 weeks.
NAPD’s Public Defender Bring Your Own “Course” Train the Trainer program for the development of distance learning courses for your organizations. This course will utilize both synchronous and asynchronous instruction methods. Participants will be expected to read materials and watch short videos on your own in preparation for each class meeting. The class will meet in regular online Zoom video conferences and will also use small group breakout sessions during class where you will work on the course that you are developing. We model best practices for you to incorporate into the course you create.
You will have the option of placing your finished course inside NAPD’s learning management system [LMS]. You will also be able to create a section within NAPD’s LMS for your organization with its own webpage address and design. After the course you will be able to add additional courses and offer them to your own participants. (Your registration fee for this course includes using NAPD’s LMS for one course and up to 25 active participants in that course. Additional courses and active participants will be available for a reasonable cost to be determined to cover NAPD’s costs with the LMS provider (TalentLMS).
You will be part of a cooperative of public defense trainers from across the nation which provides you the opportunity to copy and modify portions of other courses for your use.
By the end of this course, participants will have developed and created a ready-to-launch public defense distance learning course by:
* Storyboarding the arc of the course
* Understanding and choosing between the different approaches to online learning methods, including:
* Asynchronous use of video, reading, discussion forums and quizzes
* Synchronous use of online video conferencing
* Understanding and setting up the equipment needed to record videos
* Understanding and setting up individual modules in NAPD’s learning management system
* Developing online small group facilitation skills
* Assuring user accountability through reporting systems and quizzes
* Sharing knowledge and resources with other public defense trainers to avoid recreating the wheel
* Receiving feedback from the instructors and other participants regarding the design and delivery of the course