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Charles (Chip) Dye

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Virtually There: Learner Engagement - Why is it Important?

Posted by Charles (Chip) Dye

May 12, 2016 12:34:33 PM

And how can we measure the effect of engagement of instructional outcomes?

Learner_Engagement_in_the_Modern_Classroom_blog_post-1.jpgIn my previous article, learner engagement was defined as turning on three factors:

  • An emotional response to the training—How does the learner “feel” about the content and its presentation/treatment?
  • An intellectual response to the training—Does the instructional experience require and involve the learner’s intellect?
  • An environmental response to the learning—Do the learners interact with the learning environment and is the environment changed because of the training?

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Topics: Engagement, Virtually There

Virtually There: Learner Engagement in the Modern Classroom

Posted by Charles (Chip) Dye

Feb 4, 2016 7:00:00 AM

Virtually_There_Learner_Engagement_in_the_Modern_ClassroomLearner engagement turns on three factors: an emotional response to the training; an intellectual response to the training; and an environmental response to the learning.

Engaging learners has always been a challenge. Not only has training evolved into a blended learning model, the “Modern Classroom” is influenced by multicultural cohorts, a mobile workforce, and social networking tools. Managing these influences and integrating them into a blended program requires planning, training, and understanding from all members of the training delivery team.

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Topics: Engagement, Virtually There, Modern Learning

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