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The Online Trainer Site: Welcome!

About This Classroom Special  
The Online Trainer Site
is designed to be used by a staff member or group of staff members who are responsible for training others and want to do some or all of it online.
The Online Trainer Site is maintained by Buzz Eyler, Director of Educational Technology at the Orcutt School District (CA) and a Teachers Network web mentor.  E-mail Buzz.

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Welcome!

Here at Teachers Network, we try to provide training for a wide variety of teachers. These pages are designed to be used by a staff member or group of staff members who are responsible for training others and want to do some or all of it on-line.

The progression is from face-to-face, e-mail, putting documents on-line in PDF format, chats, creating and placing content in web format, and capturing and creating a series of sites which illustrate a concept.

You will need to download a number of programs from the web. Some require a shareware payment, others are freeware.

Things to Consider Initially

Who will you be training?
This seems like such an obvious question. But it is important to know your class members. Do they have on-line access? Is it fast (through a LAN) or slow (through a modem)? Are they beginners or advanced users? Do they have accounts which allow them to access your on-line content?

How often will you meet?
Your class may be a one shot, two hour session or ongoing sessions over weeks. Will you be in a lab or a one-computer classroom? Do you need to be present or is the topic suited for individual, on-line study?

How well can you create content to put on-line?
That is the purpose of this site. Whether you are just beginning to train or are a seasoned veteran, there will be some helpful ideas and programs for you.

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