In the trainings that I've led, it's been really important for me to remember to meet my attendees where they are at. When it comes to technology and its integration into education and curriculum, the experience levels vary greatly. It's been important for me to learn to praise the little achievements of my participants, even if those things seem mundane and simple to me.
In trainings that I've attended before, I love the opportunities to get up and move around. In longer trainings, this is a blessing due to being able to get the blood flowing. I've also enjoyed when the trainer incorporates activities throughout the training that uses the technology we're being trained on. The entire session isn't just about learning how to use the tool but also what it's like to use the tool as a student/participant.
If I've ever disliked a training, it's often been because the presenter feels disconnected from me. There didn't seem to be anything authentic about his or her speech, and he or she didn't convince me that they enjoyed what they were doing.