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  • Thanks for sharing this. It is a wonderful helpful Zoom guide,. I tried something new today; putting people into Zoom breakout rooms as they arrived so they could have some little informal chats and catch up. It seemed to go down quite well. To start with, I let participants into the main room as they arrived, said hello and told them I…Read more

  • Robin Davis posted a new activity comment 4 months, 1 week ago

    Thank you so much for sharing this… looks really good. I can see this working well. I will let you know how I get on with this..

  • Robin Davis posted a new activity comment 4 months, 1 week ago

    I think this is a big challenge. The coin spinning could work well. It will be interesting to see if how it lands on a virtual session and how interactive it can be. If only someone could invent a virtual Mr Potatohead…

  • Robin Davis posted a new activity comment 4 months, 2 weeks ago

    Hi Lou, I have been approached to run a couple of online workshops about online workshops for Gloucestershire. We have dates in the next couple of weeks. The workshops are about giving people some support, confidence and ideas to develop online training offers. Not sure if you might be free and able to join? I know you are doing some great…Read more

  • Robin Davis posted a new activity comment 4 months, 2 weeks ago

    This is a fantastic resource. Thank you so much for sharing. As I come across interesting stuff on in this area I will share. To be honest, everything I have come across I think you have on the Trello, its so good to see it all in one place. Thank you

  • Robin Davis posted a new activity comment 4 months, 3 weeks ago

    Key points so far:
    – Sessions need to be shorter, 3 hour maximum for online learning ( I think)
    – working in small groups goes well (zoom breakout rooms) but plenary discussion is trickier.
    – Chat boxes / Slido etc are key for engagement

  • Thanks for setting up this group. We are rapidly developing a series of online workshops to support QI teams and deliver Qi training. I am also working on a series of Virtual QI Coaching workshops.

    • How is it going Robin? Any surprises or learning so far?

      • Key points so far:
        – Sessions need to be shorter, 3 hour maximum for online learning ( I think)
        – working in small groups goes well (zoom breakout rooms) but plenary discussion is trickier.
        – Chat boxes / Slido etc are key for engagement

    • I’ve found plenary conversations harder to manage, even in a small group. We have tried having visual hand-raising but that doesn’t always flow well.

      Chat boxes provide such a wealth of insight, I agree!

      I’m arranging our directorate away day at the moment (so this isn’t about virtual QI training), I have gone with a max of 3 hours and trying…Read more

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