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.

A Rose by Any Other Name

Posted by Phylise Banner

Nov 28, 2016 2:22:12 PM

26105628_s.jpgWhen my kids were growing up, we started a ritual at the dinner table every night where each of us would take a turn answering the question, “What did you learn today?” Everyone had to answer, and when guests came to visit, they were encouraged to participate as well. At times the kids would roll their eyes and get cranky, but most of the time they were eager for their turn so that they could share.

We were a house full of educators, where teaching and learning came first. What each of us learned that day, no matter how small, prompted our conversations, debates, arguments, and laughter.

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Topics: What I learned today

Getting Ready to Learn [Reflections on my Blended Learning Journey]

Posted by Jennifer Hofmann

Mar 29, 2016 1:00:00 PM

I am very excited! I was just accepted into a fabulous professional development program, as a learner. It’s a blended program, with two four-day onsites, 16 virtual WebEx classes, collaborative group work, and online discussions.

Sounds like a great blended JH_Learning_Journey_1.jpglearning experience! I am especially excited that the course content is not related to the training and development field, and the audience is composed of a different set of peers. Business owners. I find it energizing to interact and learn with people that have such a diverse background.

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Topics: Blended learning, What I learned today

Focus On The Experience - The Virtual Classroom Can Be A Great Leveler

Posted by Jennifer Hofmann

Mar 4, 2016 11:30:28 AM

Today I remembered that we can learn from the most unexpected sources, if we are open to the experience.

Looking for relief from the oppressive news of the day, I clicked on a link from NPR titled Meet Gaelynn Lea, The 2016 Tiny Desk Contest Winner. Usually I would pass by reading an article about the winner of a contest, but this uplifting story seemed to be what I needed today.

Then Ms. Lea said this:

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Topics: What I learned today

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