Online Interactive Platforms Effectively

Webinar title

(Limited to 90 characters’)

How To Use Online Interactive Platforms Effectively In Teaching
Strapline/key reason to attend Tools for effective delivery of online learning
Date and time 10-11.30 am
Webinar Chair

(AELP contact)

Webinar Facilitator Christine Edwards QTLS, Creating Excellence
Facilitator Bio,

pic & logo

On file
Guest speaker? N/A

What will attending this webinar help our members do better?

Developing the use of technology in teaching is a key focus and area for development for many providers, not just from a cost perspective, but also from the overall learning experience being provided for learners. Ofsted also embraces the use of technology in learning and encourages a wider, engaging and meaningful learning experience.

Online and blended learning is a key approach that allows flexibility of delivery and can enhance the learning experience when done well. There are several resources and platforms available providing, the ability to let learners collaborate online offering great flexibility and interaction at no cost to the user.

This webinar will give an overview of the functionality of some core programmes and provide insights into how to use the platforms effectively and create positive learning experiences.


Learning outcomes

(at least x3 please)

How will this webinar benefit our members – both individual delegates and their organisations?

At the same time – what are the carry through benefits – to the learners (the community we ultimately serve as a sector).

At the end of this webinar, you will:

  • Understand the key operating aspects
  • Explore key techniques for effective use
  • Understand the key operating aspects of key options
  • Explore key techniques for the effective use of platforms
  • Formulate a plan for development

The webinar will support the development of some key aspects of providing online delivery that is effective and engaging for learners and give confidence to educators in using this form of interactive technology. For some it will also help develop their digital skills.

For the learning experience, using the technology covered in this webinar will allow learners to further develop their digital skills and engage effectively in collaborative tasks that will help to develop their team working and communication skills.

Target Audience by company: FE and Skills Providers
Target Audience by job title:

Front line and second and line roles (and align titles to the whole sector)

This webinar is suitable for:

Curriculum developers who have not fully embraced the use of online delivery platforms in remote delivery across all programmes;

Providers who have recognised the delivery of online and blended learning is an area for development;

Educators who are not confident in using online collaborative platforms and want to enhance their online training offer.

This webinar is not suitable for:

Providers who have no areas for development in their online and blended learning offer;

Educators who regularly use, and are very familiar with, using platforms such as Jamboards and Google online learning options.





Case studies?




Poll Everywhere

Level? No or basic knowledge of Jamboard and Google
Agenda 10.00 – Welcome and Housekeeping

10.05 – Webinar content as per the objectives

11.20 – Summary and Q&A

11.30 – Webinar close

Webinar type Commercial – open to the sector delegates pay to attend. 
Platform Zoom 


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