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Best Practices for Virtual Training

Even post-pandemic, it’s safe to say that virtual training isn’t going to go away. In a January 2021 poll, 44% of workers indicated that they want to continue working remotely because it suits them, and 17% want to keep working remotely due to lingering concerns over COVID-19. That’s over 50% of workers who prefer not to return to the office and business as-used-to-be-usual.  Businesses have also discovered the benefits of a virtual work and learning environment. To get the most out of virtual, you have to use technologies that were

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Virtual Schools – A Sound Educational Option

Virtual Schools-A Sound Educational Option One of the most common misconceptions about virtual schools is that they’re subpar to brick-and-mortar schools. This belief certainly makes sense after untrained teachers across the country scrambled to start teaching online during the Covid-19 pandemic. But when students are enrolled in accredited virtual schools that is certainly not the case. In reality, virtual schools: Employ highly qualified teachers who are fully trained in the digital space Provide an education that’s comparable to local public or charter schools Are governed by the same state and

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The Benefits of Activity-Based Training

Imagine you’re attending your first year of medical school. You’re excited because today you’re supposed to learn about a basic surgery — the appendectomy. You get to class and your instructor spends an hour talking about the appendectomy procedure. She

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Not All Virtual Classrooms Are Created Equal

Just like in-person classrooms differ from teacher to teacher, building to building, and state to state, so too do virtual classroom environments. In fact, the setup of your virtual classroom can literally make or break the school year for you

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Getting Students Engaged

If you were to quietly observe either an in-person or virtual classroom today, would you be able to pick out the students learning and those who were not? If you know anything about student engagement you certainly would.  According to

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The Limitations of Lecture-Style Training

This is the second article in a three-part series about engagement and virtual training. In the last article, we defined what engagement is (and isn’t) in a virtual learning environment. In this article, we will explore the weaknesses of the

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What Is Engagement?

When two people agree to marry each other, they are said to be ‘engaged.’ When you sign a contract with someone to DJ your office party, or landscape your yard, or build you a deck, you have ‘engaged’ their services.

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