Join Australia’s leading virtual classroom proponent Cheryle Walker live on 11 July from 12.30 to 1.15 to explore how to evaluate Virtual Classrooms and the impact that your evaluation plans have on the design of your learning experience.
Whether you’re converting face-to-face or designing Virtual Classroom experiences from scratch, it’s important to know what you’re going to be evaluating at the end of the experience. Knowing your goals shapes both the design and delivery of the virtual learning experience. In this interactive webinar, as you learn the theory, you’ll experience some of the processes and tools along the way.
6 Essential metrics for Virtual Classrooms
Multi-level evaluation tools for the Virtual Classroom
Design implications from evaluation plans
Virtual Classroom techniques to help meet your goals
Cheryle Walker is an innovative and endlessly optimistic Digital Learning Strategist with a career history in sales, marketing and business development.
She has worked and played in the oil, manufacturing, franchising, retail, fast food, bakery, directories advertising, local government, federal government agency, childcare, aged care and financial services industries. Cheryle has been described as an entrepreneur able to work within a corporate structure, extending capability and learning culture inside some of the largest organisations within Australia. Her breadth of industry experience combined with a valuable understanding of emerging and current technologies for learning has enabled her to achieve ambitious change initiatives and execute strategies that stick.
With an approach that moves strategic agendas into operational success, Cheryle’s clients often speak of her naturally encouraging coaching style, and her keen eye for challenging progress and achieving measurable business results. Cheryle has been a participant in the Harvard University Global Change Leadership Program.