Overcoming 3 Challenges to Providing Feedback in the Virtual Classroom

By: Jeff Welch

  In a typical training course, learners spend significant amounts of time completing skill-based activities and exercises. During those exercises, or upon completion of them, each learner should receive feedback on their performance. In a traditional instructor-led course, the feedback process is fairly straight-forward. In virtual training, however, the process of giving and receiving quality […]

Group Dynamics in the Virtual Classroom

By: Lynne Koltookian

Photo by: StartupStockPhotos via Pixabay I’ve been teaching in the virtual classroom for about two years now and teaching in the traditional classroom about twenty years. When designing and delivering training, you gain a solid understanding of human behavior, specifically group dynamics. In the traditional classroom, people progress through the four stages of group dynamics […]

How to Make a Critical Classroom-Based Exercise Work in the Virtual Classroom

By: Langevin Team

Photo by: Arek Socha via Pixabay Organizations today use a variety of training strategies—instructor-led training (ILT), e-learning, and virtual classroom (VC), among others. One popular tactic is to take an ILT course and convert it to the virtual classroom to reach a geographically dispersed audience. But is it as easy as it sounds? No way!

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