'Zoom with Zeal' For Facilitators, Team Leaders & Coaches
Leverage the power of Zoom to Connect and Facilitate online with Excellence and Enthusiasm.
This 90 minute interactive and engaging session will help you leverage the power of Zoom for online meetings, workshops, seminars and retreats. This course teaches both the practical applications of Zoom, as well as strategies for engaging facilitation and active learning.
Kris D, Program Manager, Northrop Grumman Corp.
Thanks for a great training session on Zoom last night! You took what could have been a mundane topic and turned it into an inspirational and fun evening with people from all over the world!
Rosalie Grazzini, Co-Founder Perfect Settings Party Rental
Zoom with Zeal left me feeling energized, hopeful and optimistic about adapting and connecting during these strange new times of “social distancing”. Dara has an enthusiasm and energy that penetrates the screen and the playful interaction between her and Dave is heart-warming.
There were participants from all over the globe which enriched the class experience. I learned strategies to make Zoom dynamic and interactive and loved breaking into small groups, the virtues “Shake & Share,” and other conversation prompts.
As a Result of Actively Participating You Will Learn How to...
- Invite Participants Safely & Conveniently Across all Devices
Create a Welcoming Environment by Incorporating Music, Personalized Logins & Backgrounds
- Ensure All Voices are Heard by Using Polls, Chats & Whiteboards
Maintain Orderliness Using Features Such as Share Screen, Raise Hands, Timer & Muting
- Share Files and Materials Using the Chat Box
Engage Participants Throughout Session by Facilitating Energizers, State Changes, Games & Mindful Moments
Use Breakout Rooms for Small Groups, Pairs & Virtues Picks
Record & Export Audios and Videos of Zoom Session to Share
Your Instructor - Dara Feldman
Dara is Co-Founder of Virtues Matter. She has been an educator for more than 35 years. In the late 90s she was an instructional technology specialist where she co-created the Early Childhood Technology Literacy Project, which was nominated by Steve Jobs of Apple Computer and won the Computerworld Smithsonian Award in Education and Academia in 2000. Her technology experience also includes being the Director of Curriculum Development for PowerUP, where she worked to bridge the Digital Divide, an expert consultant with the USDE’s Web-based Education Commission where she helped write The Power of The Internet for Learning. Dara has a Masters in Education, Media, Design and Technology, her thesis was about leveraging the power of online learning and virtues language.
Dara has created and facilitated personal, professional and organizational development online and face to face around the world for more than 20 years. She is grateful to have the opportunity to apply her experience as we move to connect more deeply online. Click here for her full bio.