When you consider how supervisors can support what's being learned in the virtual classroom consider:
1. What is the level of skill the supervisor has in this area? Would they benefit going through a similar course?
2. What do they need to know about the virtual training? Would they benefit from a discussion guide with prompting questions to ask
3. What opportunities can they set up for their staff to apply what they are learning?
4. What additional supports do they see their staff members needing?
Mentors are also likely to be supporting those in your virtual classroom. Mentors typically can provide further detail about how they have approached leadership and work situations. Consider the same four questions as posed above for mentors?
What is most important for you to note about how mentors and supervisors can enhance the transfer of learning from the virtual space to the in person work place?
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