Recordings

Our complimentary virtual programs include the InSync BYTE series as well as the Bozarthzone! training series. These sessions are recorded and posted after the session for your review.

BYTE Session - Grabbing Learner Attention

April 25, 2017

Instructor: Mark Harter

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Traditional communication and training methods for engaging and motivating employees are no longer working. Without initial attention, nothing we do really matters. This session will share simple and creative ideas that will grab learner attention and make it more fun. Techniques include both low and high tech examples, focusing on visual design and video. It will also touch on innovation, strategy, and positioning in your line of business. Examples will be shared during the session.

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Topics: Engagement, InSync BYTE Recording, Modern Learning

BYTE Session - Learner Engagement in the Modern Classroom

October 18 , 2016

Instructor: Jennifer Hofmann

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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.

It starts with language. Engagement, interaction, collaboration : These terms are often used interchangeably, and with little thought regarding what they actually mean, how they might be measured, and how they influence the learner experience and outcome.

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Topics: Engagement, InSync BYTE Recording

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?

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Topics: Engagement, InSync BYTE Recording

BYTE - How to Engage Modern Learners: When to "Push" and When to "Pull"

April 19, 2016

Instructor: Jennifer Hofmann

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Does your personal expectation of learning align with how you learned 10, 20, or even 30 years ago? Of course not. Because you are a modern learner! You have a choice in how you learn, and so do the learners you're developing and designing training content for.

The modern workplace requires us to develop strategies that engage your modern learners, keeping your audience and the anticipated learning environment in mind. Not all learning needs to be formally scheduled or assessed. As a matter of fact, most modern learning takes place in the moment of need. The design of the learning will be influenced by where and when learning is anticipated to occur, and success will be dependent on the technology selection, implementation strategy (stand alone, blended, or micro-learning), and design approach.

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Topics: Engagement, InSync BYTE Recording

BYTE - Personalized Learning: Overcoming the Learning and Development Engagement Problem

April 5, 2016

Instructor: Cheryl Lasse

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Two daunting trends -- the increasing skills gap and the lack of employee engagement -- are affecting the perception of Learning & Development (L&D) in organizations. Employees, managers, and executives are becoming increasingly disengaged from the L&D department and its offerings.

It's time to turn it around! See what happens when you connect competency models to skills and career development with personalized learning. 

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Topics: Engagement, InSync BYTE Recording

TMN - How to Engage Modern Learners: When to "Push" and When to "Pull"

March 8, 2016

Instructor: Jennifer Hofmann

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Does your personal expectation of learning align with how you learned 10, 20, or even 30 years ago?  Of course not.  Because you are a modern learner!  You have a choice in how you learn, and so do the learners you're developing and designing training content for.

The modern workplace requires us to develop strategies that engage your learners, keeping your audience and the anticipated learning environment in mind. Not all learning needs to be formally scheduled or assessed.  As a matter of fact, most modern learning takes place in the moment of need. The design of the learning will be influenced by where and when learning is anticipated to occur, and success will be dependent on the technology selection, implementation strategy (stand alone, blended, or micro-learning), and design approach.

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Topics: Engagement, Recording

ATD - What Fits Where? Maximizing Blended Learning by Choosing the Right Tools

December 4, 2015

Instructor: Jennifer Hofmann

 
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Blended learning
is the ubiquitous term for using a variety of instructional delivery media to achieve a particular outcome - but how do you decide what to put in the blender? How do you know when to use classrooms, e-learning, virtual classrooms, mobile and social technologies, or one of the other instructional techniques as part of your blend?
 
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Topics: Blended learning, Virtual Classroom, Engagement, Recording

ATD - Learner Engagement in the Modern Classroom

October 16, 2015

Instructor: Jennifer Hofmann

 
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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: Virtual Classroom, Engagement, Recording

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