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InSync Training's founder Jennifer Hofmann authors Body Language in the Bandwidth, an active conversation focused on connecting, collaborating and succeeding in the modern classroom.

Part 1: Managing Virtual Classroom Strategy Implementation Challenges

Posted by Jennifer Hofmann

May 26, 2016 3:09:19 PM

Recently InSync Training worked with a multinational software company to maximize the value of their existing learning content by transitioning it to the virtual and blended classroom. 

During this process, we discovered six specific areas that we needed to address in order to facilitate this transition. We believe these challenges are universal to virtual classroom implementation. Many other organizations are undergoing this evolution, with seasoned learning professionals assisting the process.

In the spirit of the modern classroom, a learning environment defined by the accessibility of knowledge, we will detail these challenges and our approaches for overcoming them in a six-part blog series.

This is the first installation of the series. 

Part_1_-_Managing_Virtual_Classroom_Strategy_Implementation_Challenges.jpgVirtual Classroom Implementation Strategy Challenge 1: Redesigning Content

Redesigning existing content for new classroom models poses the first challenge we encountered with this client’s virtual classroom implementation.

The Need

Implementing a virtual classroom strategy requires engaging, impactful content. But, how does this content come to be?

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Topics: Virtual Classroom, Virtual Classroom - Best Practices

Learning, Leadership & Other Lessons

Posted by Katelind Hays

May 24, 2016 5:49:55 PM

ATD_conf_logo.pngATD International Conference and Exposition 2016 Recap 

Greetings from Denver, Colorado! I have the great privilege of representing InSync Training at the Association for Talent Development’s annual International Conference and Exposition.

Each year this event brings together the best and the brightest in the learning and development field – over 10,000 L&D practitioners travel from across the globe to continue their professional development. Additionally, it’s an unparalleled opportunity to connect and share with one another, while learning about the latest developments from industry leaders.

This blog post will share insights from the first two days of the conference, and provide resources related to emerging trends.

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Topics: Blended learning, Trends, Social Learning

Setting Up a Successful Learning Project With Good Storyboarding

Posted by Brigg Patten

May 18, 2016 1:00:00 PM

41675931_s.jpgStoryboards go back to the 1930s when a Walt Disney animator began using them to organize cartoon scenes. In eLearning, a storyboard is simply a script that includes text, images and notes about how a learner is expected to interact with a learning module.

When used in creative work, storyboards allow instructional designers and trainers to see the "big picture."

Before computers, storyboarding was accomplished by making drawings or writing text on sheets or boards that could be posted on a wall for review. Contemporary storyboarding is often accomplished by using slide presentations, which makes the components of storyboards easy to manipulate and share when a team must collaborate on a project.

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Topics: Virtual Classroom - Instructional Design, Storyboarding

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