Methods for virtual classroom trainings are focused on learning, application of knowledge and reaching learning objectives. This includes, for instance, presentations, storytelling, questions and answers, discussion and individual or group exercises.
Breakout sessions are easy to set up and good for keeping participants engaged.
Considering the different levels of knowledge or the specific interests of the target group, it might be beneficial to split the group in breakout discussions or exercises, or maybe even organise two separate virtual meetings. Asynchronous work and a mixture of online and offline tools can be particularly useful as it allows the adaptation of the programme to individual learning paths. The difference to the virtual version of Blended Learning is that the main part of the learning process takes place in the classroom trainings complemented by some asynchronous work.