What do you do when you begin the session? How you introduce yourself
What can you do differently to invite your students to connect with you.
Use of language, triggers, show of support
Encourage participants to point out issues
Illustrate that you care and react to issues
Be careful of language and diction
Don't touch learners' keyboards
Be mindful of how you address the participants
Avoid using exclusionary phrases such as "you guys"
Check in with the audience at intervals as a form of assessment of their understanding and give them time to catch up.
How do you finish the session with your students?
Reflecting back on your session, what is the last thing you do not think about ?
How would a member of your audience report any incidence of abuse?
How can we empower them to take charge of the material and learning experience to be able to teach it to someone else?
How do you gather feedback?
Encourage group work
How do you come up with better solutions for groups with limited resources?
Which factors can be controlled and which can't be controlled but should be accounted for?
Weigh out the pros and cons of software setup local vs cloud
Material preparation and give access beforehand