According to the Training Magazine’s 2015 Industry Report, only 46% of training is now delivered in a traditional classroom setting by a stand-and-deliver instructor, a significant decrease over the past 15 years.
During a recent webinar hosted by Adobe, Cindy Huggett – CPLP, an expert on virtual training and author of “The Virtual Training Guidebook: How to Design, Deliver, and Implement Live Online Learning”, we shared the importance of ready to use activities within virtual sessions and key tips on how to implement them so to maximize engagement.
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Imagine you are teaching a class in a traditional physical classroom when you notice that some students are standing in the hallway while other students are looking out of the window and some students are playing games on their tablets and phones.
Moving classrooms from the physical world to the virtual world can be a large undertaking for educational institutions or training groups within corporations. Beyond the associated travel cost savings , the move to virtual classrooms change the economics of the classroom and opens up new opportunities because of one of their often overlooked features: recordings.
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