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5 Virtual Classroom Essentials Τhat End Multitasking

5 Virtual Classroom Essentials Τhat End Multitasking

Virtual classroom learners have a world of information at their fingertips. Unless you, the facilitator, keep them engaged, they’re going to check email, sports scores, and fashion trends. These 5 virtual classroom essentials keep learners interested, focused, and motivated.

5 eLearning Motivation Strategies To Increase Learner Participation

5 eLearning Motivation Strategies To Increase Learner Participation

Motivational problems can be a barrier to change. It requires "unlearning" behaviors with thoughtful effort and energy. The brain needs extra reactivity and concentration to recognize a new behavior or skill, but making changes can take up energy and trigger stress. Here are 5 eLearning motivation strategies to help increase learner participation.

7 Things That Motivate And Inspire Corporate Learners

7 Things That Motivate And Inspire Corporate Learners

What drives your employees to reach their true potential and actively engage in the online training process? The answer can help you create more personalized online training courses that improve ROI and workplace efficiency. In this article, I'll share the top 7 things that drive your employees to do their best in online training. 

8 Tips To Increase Learner Participation In eLearning

8 Tips To Increase Learner Participation In eLearning

While eLearning offers many new possibilities for user engagement, employees can still be resistant to workplace trainings in general. Making trainings more social, accessible, and relevant helps boost learner participation and cultivates a more positive attitude towards courses in the future.

5 Ways To Make Learners Receptive To Learning

5 Ways To Make Learners Receptive To Learning

An important ingredient for a course to succeed is make students receptive to learning. How can we get this right, opening up their minds for the possibility of learning, and thereby making full use of what the course has to offer? Read on to find out.