BYTE Session - Solving the Case of the Disengaged Learner

October 4 , 2016

Instructor: Karl Kapp, Ed.D

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Grabbing and holding the attention of learners is getting harder and harder. In fact, the average person sends or receives more than 150 text messages a day. This means your learner's attention is not always focused on the content you have designed or are delivering to them.

How do you design instruction that engages and motivates the learner? How do you make learning exciting, interesting, and memorable?

The answer is to use evidence-based techniques to engage and motivate. This presentation will use an audience response system and an interactive story to demonstrate how to make learning engaging.

Don't miss this energetic and fun presentation.

In this session you will:

  • Learn how interactive stories are powerful tools for learning and motivation.
  • Discover three techniques for creating engaging and memorable learning events.
  • Learn how "open loops," "challenge," and "curiosity" immerse learners in content

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Topics: Engagement, InSync BYTE Recording

    

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