Online Classroom

For components of our courses or standalone educational opportunities, events, and activties that are completed online.

How to use the Online Classroom

Before you use this page to schedule your online programming, be sure to follow the steps outlined below. 

1. Determine the tools you need

Before booking your programming, consider what tools you will want to use. Do you need video conferencing? Do you need to create documents or assignments for students? Consider what suite of tools you may want to use. If you aren’t sure, please visit our Content Creation Tools page to learn more about the variety of tools, tips, and tricks we’ve put together to help volunteers run their programs online. 

2. Request a Zoom meeting 

IMPORTANT!

If you need to request resources from The Mountaineers for your activity (ex: Zoom link with host privileges), please complete a request for your preferred date/time and make sure it is approved before proceeding to schedule your activity on the website. The Mountaineers has a limited number of paid Zoom licenses. If you do not contact us before you book your event, we cannot guarantee we will have availability for your meeting. 

If your meeting does not require the more robust features offered by Zoom, please consider setting-up your meeting on a free platform like Google Hangouts or Skype. 

3. Book the Online Classroom route/place

Once you have determined the tools needed for your program, and you have secured a Zoom meeting link (or other video conferencing option), you should book your event on the Online Classroom route/place. 

4. Tag your event 

Tagging your program properly will make sure that your students and anyone else can see what you’ve posted. If you don’t tag, there is a chance that your program may have less visibility!

After your program has been booked on the Online Classroom, don’t forget to tag your event or activity with “Virtual” to populate it on our Virtual Events & Activities calendar or Online Classes list.

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Activities

Upcoming Activities

Night 1: Introduction to Course, Avalanche Awareness 101, and 10 Essentials - Online Classroom

Cross-country Skiing Lecture: Basic Nordic Skiing
Introduction to the course and 10 Essentials required in winter environment.
Tue, Jan 11, 2022
No Prerequisites
13 participants
Registration closes Jan 9
Olympia Branch

Lecture: Classroom Session - Online Classroom

Avalanche Safety Lecture: AIARE Level 1 Avalanche Course for Skiers and Splitboarders
Zoom Classroom session 3 - REQUIRED Foothills evening lecture session for AIARE Level 1 course.
Tue, Jan 11, 2022
No Prerequisites
15 participants 17 instructors
Registration closes Dec 24
Foothills Branch

Webinar 2: Exploring & Navigating Conflict - Online Classroom

Outdoor Leadership Lecture: Exploring & Navigating Conflict
Three-part evening webinar series on conflict with Tracy Rekart. This session will be online only.
Tue, Jan 11, 2022
No Prerequisites
25 participants
Registration opens Dec 9
The Mountaineers Branch

Winter Camping Lecture - Online Classroom

Snowshoeing Lecture: Winter Camping
This is the Virtual Lecture
Tue, Jan 11, 2022
No Prerequisites
28 participants
Registration closes Dec 25
Tacoma Branch

Seattle MAC - Leadership Workshop Series - Online Classroom

Youth Youth activity: Mountaineers Adventure Club
(Session #3) A series of classroom-style workshops designed to empower junior & senior MAC students
Wed, Jan 12, 2022
Prerequisites, Leader's Permission Required
8 participants 0 instructors
Registration closes Jan 11
Seattle Branch

These Are Not “Soft Skills”! Facilitating Emotional Safety: A Foundational Risk Management Skill - Online Classroom

Outdoor Leadership Seminar
Evening webinar on managing emotional safety with Steve Smith. This session will be online only.
Wed, Jan 12, 2022
No Prerequisites
30 participants
Registration opens Dec 15
The Mountaineers Branch

Introduction to Map & Compass Lecture - Online Classroom

Navigation Lecture: Introduction to Map & Compass
The lecture combines a vivid, detailed exploration of how a map and compass work together.
Wed, Jan 12, 2022
No Prerequisites
1 participant 2 instructors
Registration closes Jan 10
Seattle Branch

Basic Snowshoeing Field Trip Preview - Online Classroom

Snowshoeing Lecture: Basic Snowshoeing Course
Group preview and preparation for the Basic Snowshoeing Field Trip.
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
No Prerequisites
5 participants 2 instructors
Registration closes Jan 16
Seattle Branch

Lecture - Online Classroom

Avalanche Safety Lecture: AIARE 1 w/Rescue Avalanche Class
AIARE Level 1 w/Rescue - Lecture Series Lecture 1
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
No Prerequisites
0 participants
Registration closed Dec 7
Seattle Branch

New Urban Walk Leader Seminar - Online Classroom

Urban Walking Seminar
Prospective Urban Walk leaders (a new activity) are invited to join a virtual, evening, pedestrian
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
No Prerequisites, Leader's Permission Required
9 participants
Registration opens Dec 20
Seattle Branch

Avalanche Classroom Session - Online Classroom

Avalanche Safety Lecture: Avalanche AIARE Level 1
Everett Avalanche evening classroom sessions Lecture 1
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
No Prerequisites
0 participants
Registration closed Dec 7
Everett Branch

Night 2: Winter Ailments and Winter Recreational Etiquette - Online Classroom

Snowshoeing Lecture: Basic Snowshoeing
10 essentials discussion
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
No Prerequisites
21 participants
Registration closes Jan 11
Olympia Branch

Night 2: Winter Ailments and Winter Recreational Etiquette - Online Classroom

Cross-country Skiing Lecture: Basic Nordic Skiing
Night 2 lecture that discusses the 10 essentials
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
No Prerequisites
8 participants
Registration closes Jan 11
Olympia Branch

Lecture: Classroom Session - Online Classroom

Avalanche Safety Lecture: AIARE Level 1 Avalanche Course for Skiers and Splitboarders
Zoom Classroom session 4 - REQUIRED Foothills evening lecture session for AIARE Level 1 course.
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
No Prerequisites
15 participants 16 instructors
Registration closes Dec 24
Foothills Branch

Avalanche Awareness - Online Classroom

Avalanche Safety Seminar
Learn the basics of evaluating avalanche terrain and the framework for safe winter trip planning
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
No Prerequisites
11 participants
Registration closes Jan 11
Tacoma Branch

Basic Snowshoeing Field Trip Preview - Online Classroom

Snowshoeing Lecture: Basic Snowshoeing Course
Group preview and preparation for the Basic Snowshoeing Field Trip on December 18, 2021.
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
No Prerequisites
4 participants 0 instructors
Registration closes Dec 13
Seattle Branch

Lecture - Online Classroom

Avalanche Safety Lecture: AIARE 1 Avalanche Class
Seattle AIARE Level 1 - Lecture Series - Lecture 1
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
No Prerequisites
0 participants
Registration closed Dec 7
Seattle Branch

Webinar 3: Exploring & Navigating Conflict - Online Classroom

Outdoor Leadership Lecture: Exploring & Navigating Conflict
Three-part evening webinar series on conflict with Tracy Rekart. This session will be online only.
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
No Prerequisites
25 participants
Registration opens Dec 9
The Mountaineers Branch

Map & Compass (Required Activity 1 of 3) - Online Classroom

Navigation Lecture: Wilderness Navigation
Online Map & Compass
Mon, Jan 17, 2022 - Sun, Jan 30, 2022
No Prerequisites, Leader's Permission Required
80 participants 19 instructors
Registration closes Jan 15
Everett Branch

The Big 3: Planning For, Assessing, and Implementing Effective Instruction - Online Classroom

Outdoor Leadership Seminar
Evening webinar workshop to practice skills and techniques to improve quality of your teaching with
Tue, Jan 18, 2022
No Prerequisites
60 participants
Registration opens Dec 14
The Mountaineers Branch
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