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.
[Infographic] Creating the Perfect Blend
This infographic will help guide the design of a blended learning strategy that leverages the virtual classes, face-to-face classes, and independent work.
The Art of Making Virtual Learning Fun, Engaging, and Effective
Creating learning games requires a thoughtful approach and more complex technology than designing webinar content or face-to-face classroom training.
The 3 Essential Elements that Help Global Virtual Training Implementations Succeed
When implementing a global solution, every element of a blend needs to be considered, including where you are in the world.
3 Tricks for Engaging Learners When Virtual Training Ends
Well, whether you hosted an informational webinar or a virtual intensive, try these three easy tricks for maintaining the momentum:
What’s in a Name? Digital Learning
Having so many ways of saying the same thing is confusing the people not in the learning and development community and in learning and development.
5 Reasons to Design Blended Learning Using a Campaign Approach
A campaign design approach to blended learning is powerful - we can teach people how to use the tools we created on the job while training them.
Video - Hot Off the Press! New Blended Learning Book From Jennifer Hofmann
Jennifer Hofmann can help ensure the success of your blended learning efforts, with her book, The definitive guide to Blended Learning.
Defining the Modern Learner Experience
When designing and delivering content, we need to balance five elements of the learner experience: technology, design, people, place, and time.
Inclusive Delivery: Ensure Your Blended Learning Strategy Meets Diverse Demands
As L&D practitioners, the demands of our job now require us to expect different faces in the room and learners with different needs and abilities.