Don’t Turn Your Virtual Learners into Zombies
How to tell when learners become zombies and what to do to prevent it. Seeing learners are on webcam doesn’t mean they’re not turning into zombies.
A Virtual Classroom Crash Course Toolkit
We've selected our 27 most useful posts, infographics, and recordings to help your virtual training team excel in hybrid learning in the virtual classroom.
Obstacles to Virtual Learning Success Solved!
To help learners adapt and thrive in the virtual classroom, our team compiled a list of obstacles to look out for and ways to preemptively overcome them.
Constructive Change Management in Three Simple Steps
Hybrid workplaces face change with the emergence of powerful tech like virtual classrooms. But adoption of requires effort. Here are 3 steps to manage the change.
The Value of Getting Trained to Thrive in the Virtual Classroom
InSync Training wants trainers to THRIVE in the virtual classroom not just survive in it. Getting certified will move your skillset to a higher level.
We have seen 4 phases of training evolution - Emergency remote teaching, grudging adoption of virtual, hybrid virtual learning, and the New Normal.ish
Is Dead Air Deadly? The Power of the Pause in Virtual Training
Dead air may be deadly on radio, but in virtual training, it may just be . . . a breath of fresh air.
How Brain Science is Transforming Virtual Training
In the past few years, you may have seen the term brain science used to introduce some new approach to instruction, even with virtual training.
InSync Training President Jennifer Hofmann Presents at HR.com Symposium
Jennifer Hofmann will present Going Global? Enhance HR Outreach and Compliance using the Virtual Classroom at the HR.com Symposium on Oct 4-8.
Scenario Based Learning & The Virtual Classroom
For virtual classrooms to become successful and viable, we have to move beyond webinars and toward true training experiences.
InSync Founder/President Jennifer Hofmann Presents at Learning Guild Conference
Jennifer Hofmann will present a session on “Scenario-based Learning in the Virtual Classroom” at the Virtual Training Online Conference on August 4-5, 2021
Zoom Fatigue - Webcam Use
Participants worry that the only way to demonstrate they are paying attention is to stare directly into the camera-this is a key reason for “Zoom Fatigue.”