3 Steps to Keep Virtual Learners Engaged
These three tips build off of Dr. Charles Dye, Ph.D., How Brain Science is Transforming Virtual Training model for keeping virtual learners engaged – emotionally, environmentally, and intellectually . I’ve found them to be extremely helpful in leading virtual classes of 15 to 20 people. I hope one or two – or even all three – will come in handy for you.
How BRAIN-SCIENCE and a Psychologically Safe Environment Transforms Virtual Learning
The term “brain-science” is used to introduce new and improved approaches to instructional design and delivery. Experienced facilitators strive to create a psychologically safe environment where learners feel free to ask questions without judgment or ridicule from their peers.
5 Ways Facilitators Can Stimulate Intellectual Engagement in the Virtual Classroom
In the same way they can foster environmental engagement, facilitators have a unique opportunity in the virtual classroom to stimulate intellectual engagement.
Why Go Live? Accountability & Shared Purpose in the Virtual Classroom
Working together provides accountability and motivation for the learner to participate in a meaningful way in a structured learning environment.
Research Helps Identify Learner Engagement Trends
What was missing from research into learner engagement? InSync Training's lead researcher shares details about his dissertation that closes the gap.