We are excited to bring you another live community event this month! On October 20th at 1:00pm ET, we’ll be sitting down with Kyle Pew and Mark Lassoff in webinar discussing Teaching Best Practices, and Black Friday! For a bit of context, here’s some more information on our guest speakers.
Kyle Pew’s Background:
Kyle is a Microsoft Certified Trainer, a certified Microsoft Office Master Instructor and has been teaching and consulting for the past 20+ years on various software. Kyle is a graduate of the San Francisco Art Institute in the Media Arts and Animation Program. After graduation, Kyle begin working for EA as a game designer.
Kyle believes that student’s best learn through the application of real-life business situations through live exercises. Allowing students to guide the class with their specific situations allows for the quickest and easiest adaptation to new technology and skills.
Mark Lassoff’s Background:
Mark’s on a mission: To close the digital skills gap.
Mark and his company SkillSprints teach people the digital skills they need to succeed in today’s workforce through dynamic microlearning content. Over the last two decades over 2,500,000 people have learned from digital skills Mark Lassoff.
Mark's courses are found on LinkedIn Learning, Safari, Udemy, Open Sesame, and other sites. He's also the host of Amazon Prime Video's BUILD, a show that demonstrates how digital products are created.
Mark was named to the 40 under 40 in both Austin, Texas, and Hartford, CT. In 2005, 2008, and 2012, Mark won American Graphic Design Awards for web design. In 2017, Mark won the prestigious Learning Guild Guildmaster Award.
Mark’s most recent book: The Ultimate Guide to Creating Online Learning Video is available on Amazon.
During the webinar, Kyle and Mark will take your questions regarding teaching best practices and Black Friday! This is your opportunity to ask any questions you may have to improve your teaching methods and be prepared for the holiday season.
Feel free to kick things off by adding your questions in the comments below! We’ll start with those questions first.
We recognize that in trying to accommodate the time zones this time might not be the ideal time frame for some of you, however, a replay of the AMA will be available in the community later in the week.
*Please note that this event is being held in English.*
We look forward to connecting with you virtually on October 20th at 1:00pm ET! Until then, please let us know if you have any follow-up questions!