Virtual Classroom Training Playlist Resources
Interact & Engage: How to Take your Virtual Training from DRAB to FAB!
By Kassy LaBorie, Principle Consultant
- Describe how engaging live online meetings, webinars, and training events are delivered.
- Determine the appropriate level of interaction to create impactful live online events.
- Analyze activities for specific engagement techniques to apply to your own activity design.
As with all the best live online learning experiences, this session will be interactive via the chat panel and questions area for you to get really involved in the topic and ask what it is you need to learn.
Covered in this session will be:
- Similarities and differences when designing virtual sessions compared to face to face
- What to take into account with the technology platform and how it affects design and facilitation
- A template to follow for designing the delivery detail
- Facilitation tips
In this engaging TLDCast, we’ll explore four brain-based principles that result in maximum attention, engagement, learning retention and application. Brain researchers know that the challenge of moving information from short-term to long-term memory requires us to encode, store, and retrieve it repeatedly. We have to help people get past the “I already know that” filter by presenting content in novel and creative ways. We must create safe learning spaces for people to explore, tackle challenges, fail, reflect and adopt new practices to succeed. We must light up the reward center in our learners’ brains. Our job as designers and facilitators for the virtual classroom is to move people through thinking, doing, giving feedback, and receiving feedback as they build new synapses that support long-term retention and application of critical concepts.
Join this session to explore four principles (two principles that support engagement and two principles that support retention). You will change the way you design and deliver learning experiences as you leverage the neuroscience of learning to ensure on-the-job behavior change and application of new skills.
Trends in Virtual Training: What’s Now, What’s New, and What’s Next
By Cindy Huggett, Consultant | Facilitator | Author | Speaker
We will examine several interesting developments, including the implications of mobile devices for live online learning, the move towards short live learning snippets, and the explosion of video in live online classes. We’ll also give you opportunity to compare your virtual training initiatives to modern learner expectations.
You will leave this session with tangible ideas that can be immediately applied to help keep you “in the know” and ready for virtual training in 2018, 2019 and beyond!
Bonus Curated Content
TLDCast with Kassy LaBorie Part I
Hosted by Brent Schlenker
In her previous role at Dale Carnegie Training, she was the director of virtual training services, a consultancy that partners with organizations to help them develop successful online training strategies. Kassy also served as the product design architect responsible for developing the company’s live online training product and experience. Prior to this, she was an independent master virtual trainer, a Microsoft software trainer, and a senior trainer at WebEx, where she helped build and deliver training at the WebEx University.
Kassy is the co-author of Interact and Engage! 50+ Activities for Virtual Training, Meetings, and Webinars. A frequent speaker at industry conferences since 2006, she has presented at Training Magazine events including their yearly conference and Online Learning Conferences, Chief Learning Officer symposiums, The Virtual Learning Show, ATD’s TechKnowledge and International Conference & Exposition, as well as many local ATD Chapter events.
For more information about Kassy, visit her website: www.interactandengage.com
TLDCast with Kassy LaBorie Part II
Hosted by Brent Schlenker
Jo Cook Hosts The British Invasion
Hosted by Jo Cook
LT18UK Wrap Up
Hosted by Jo Cook
WOW Panel: Women On Work
Hosted by Cara North
Patti Shank with Karen Hyder
Hosted by Karen Hyder
Patti completed her Ph.D. at the University of Colorado, Denver. She is an often-requested speaker at training and learning technology conferences, is quoted frequently in training publications and is the author, co-author, or editor of numerous books, including the new Write and Organize for Deeper Learning, available on Amazon.
Patti was the research director for The eLearning Guild, an award-winning contributing editor for Online Learning Magazine, and her articles are found in the ATD Science of Learning and Senior Leaders Blogs, eLearning Industry, Adobe’s Resource Center,Magna Publication’s Online Classroom, and elsewhere. Website: pattishank.com.
This episode features a special guest host Karen Hyder!
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