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Let’s face it, live, synchronous, online learning (a.k.a. virtual classroom) is not just a trend, it’s a training delivery strategy that’s here to stay!...Read more »
I’ve seen a lot of changes in the training industry over the last 20 years, from the days of the overhead projector and acetate slides to smart boards, iPads, and e-learning....Read more »
No one’s perfect. That doesn’t mean we should stop striving to improve. Even the most seasoned, confident trainer can make mistakes in the classroom....Read more »
“It was the best of times; it was the worst of times…” Who knew that I’d be living the first line from Charles Dickens’ classic, A Tale of Two Cities?...Read more »
The use of the acronym SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, time-bound) is a good guideline for writing training objectives—a key step in the instructional design process....Read more »
Having facilitated train-the-trainer workshops for the past 13 years, I’ve experienced my fair share of debate and discussion around the terms “training” and “education.” ...Read more »
When participants first arrive at a course, they have doubts, concerns, and fears. Many don’t know what to expect or even why they are there....Read more »
It’s a popular term in the training world: “Death by PowerPoint.” If you haven’t experienced such a session, you’ve most likely heard someone else complain about one. ...Read more »
It finally happened. Yes, it’s true. After 18 years in the business, I am no longer a newbie. I can finally say I completed my first self-paced e-learning course. ...Read more »
One phase in the instructional design process is learner analysis. This analysis determines the characteristics of your target audience and will affect your design....Read more »
"Excellent! I have a long list of great things to implement when I get back."