How to Teach an Online Course – Practical Strategies & Skills for Teaching Recorded & Live Online Training Branadable PLR Coaching Course Created By Content Sparks.
Content Sparks is run by Sharon Sheldon who is a leader in the PLR coaching content space. Her content is premnium quality and your clients will love the content you provide.
With How to Teach an Online Course (with PLR rights), you’ll get everything you need to create your own webinar, workshop, lead magnet, or paid product on practical strategies & skills for teaching both recorded video course content & live online training programs.
You’ll teach your students or coaching clients how to:
Develop an online teaching success mindset
Get to know their online course students and their needs BEFORE they start teaching
Customize each online course delivery to that group’s needs
Record online course videos that get the right message across
Run live online course sessions that facilitate maximum interaction and learning
Support and keep students accountable, so they implement what they learn
Improve their teaching skills and results with each successive delivery of their online course
All the content you’ll be getting comes with private label rights so you can use it and repurpose it as you wish with your branding and charge premium prices because the quality is good.
Here’s what you’ll teach in How to Teach an Online Course…
You’ll start out with an overview of the course and what your students will learn, so that everyone is excited to jump in and get going.
Module 1 – Establish an Online Teaching Mindset for Success
To ensure student results, course creators need to approach online teaching in a certain way.
In Module 1, you’ll help your students develop the right mindset for teaching online, so that they’re able to get the highest student success rate possible.
Module 2 – Know Your Audience’s Needs and Goals
Teaching should always be a two-way conversation where you engage with your students and identify their unique needs.
In Module 2, you’ll show your students ways to get to know their own students in advance and set goals for the course, so they can tailor the content to their students’ needs
Module 3 – Customize Your Lesson Plan
Each group of students in an online course is different, and once you’ve done the research to get to know them, it’s important to customize your materials to provide the best possible learning experience.
In Module 3, you’ll guide your students on how to revise their course delivery and lesson plan to address the needs of their next student group.
Module 4 – Record Online Course Videos
The best online courses are a mix of recorded video and live sessions, depending on what’s being taught. However, teaching via a recorded video requires different skills and techniques than live sessions, since you can’t get the same degree of interaction.
In Module 4, you’ll show your students the best practice skills for recording their online course videos, so that their students understand key concepts and can implement learning activities.
Module 5 – Teach Live Online Course Sessions
Real-time, live training sessions are where your online courses have the most engagement and interaction. However, this is also where course creators get the most nervous and uncomfortable.
In Module 5, you’ll teach your students how to confidently conduct live online course sessions that maximize student engagement, participation, and learning by using proven facilitation skills.
Module 6 – Encourage Engagement and Accountability
One of the main roles of any educator is to keep students motivated, provide support when needed, and encourage student accountability.
In Module 6, you’ll show your students how to increase their students’ success with assigned learning activities by using the most popular methods for providing support and encouraging accountability.
Module 7 – Gather Feedback
Student feedback and self-assessment are critical to improve the quality of any course, no matter what format it’s in.
In Module 7, you’ll show your students how to gather feedback, assess results, and decide what they need to do differently in their next online course delivery.
Module 8 – Conclusion and Next Steps
In this final module, you’ll share some tips for moving forward and next steps for your students’ online courses.
You’ll also have the opportunity to review the course and have your students plan future action steps, so they can achieve the goals they set for this course.
And to teach the program above, here’s exactly what you’ll get in the How to Teach an Online Course:
Course Book (9,409 words, 57 pages) – All the content and activity instructions you need to create a comprehensive self-study eBook, online course, bonus resource, or handout for a live workshop (Value $1997).
Action Guide (22 pages) – A complete set of worksheets which helps your students take action on what they learn in the Course Book, so you’ll have happy, successful students.
Essential Presentation and Facilitation Skills – Self-Assessment – To assess current skill level and identify areas for improvement.
Get to Know Your Audience’s Needs and Goals – Pre-Course Survey – To customize and send out to students before the course starts
Key Components for Delivering an Online Course – Checklist – To make sure you have everything you need to deliver the most effective online course
Video Recording Checklist – To make sure you have everything you need before, during, and after recording course videos
Live Online Course Agenda – Customize and use for every live training session
Summary Cheat Sheet (4,606 words, 31 pages) which includes the main takeaways, key points, and action steps from the course. You and your students can use it as a quick reference to save time, versus having to refer to the course book every time. (TIP: Our customers love using the cheat sheet to identify what they want to customize in the course, and for sales copy snippets.)
Graphics (25 colorful graphics that are used in the course book and slideshow, .pdf, .ppt & .png). These give a snapshot view of concepts, as well as adding some visual zing.
Course Overview Infographic – A 1-page at-a-glance visual of the course, so your students always know where they are in their progress (.pptx, .pdf & .png).
Course Roadmap Infographic – A 1-page at-a-glance visual of their path through the course (.pptx, .pdf & .png).
Slideshow (164 Slides) – Ready to fire up your recording software or share on webinars, online classrooms, and live presentations or workshops (Takes at least a day to create or $600 to outsource)
Speaker Notes (in Slide Notes below slides) – Use the script under the slides (in the .pptx) to guide your presentations and recording. Ready to customize for your language
Diversify and Grow Your Income Suggested Curriculum
Top Ways to Deliver Your Training Program – Use our tips for picking the best way to deliver your course, based on your audience and your own skills
Instructions for using your new content – Step-by-step tips for getting started, customizing, and repurposing your content
Lead Generation Materials
Social Media Posts (10 Tips for sharing on social media) – Use these to get more traffic to your content
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