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How do facilitators adapt to the virtual learning environment? Expert Jennifer Hofmann explores new approaches and transformative techniques you can use in your instructional model to improve the modern learning experience. The first book in The Modern Virtual Classroom Experience series is available on the Amazon Kindle Store.
The old saying “two heads are better than one” applies to the modern virtual classroom! Producers and Facilitators make a powerful teaching team. Download Jennifer Hofmann’s second book in The Modern Virtual Classroom Experience series details the power of the instructional partnership and how to build it in your training sessions.
Does your expectation of how you learn align with what it was 20 years ago? Of course not! Bring your training programs into the future through push training and pull learning. Purchase Jennifer Hofmann’s Engaging Modern Learners eBook from Amazon for a modern approach to learner engagement.
Jennifer Hofmann, President of InSync Training, has written the definitive guide to blended learning! Order your copy of her contribution to the Association for Talent Development’s What Works series.
The Synchronous Trainer’s Survival Guide is a hands-on resource for enhancing your real-time elearning sessions. Written by Jennifer Hofmann, a synchronous training leader, it is the first and only book focusing solely on this emerging training method.
Live and Online! offers the key to designing effective interactions for the synchronous classroom. This ensures that participants have ample opportunity to collaborate and interact, which in turn helps them to successfully learn online.
Tailored Learning addresses today’s completely changed training realities in a unique way. Readers are offered a ‘fly on the wall’ perspective as two seasoned learning professionals redesign a traditional, classroom-based new-hire sales training program for a networked, tech-savvy audience.
Infoline defines blended learning and discusses the importance of not only using a variety of delivery methods, but of understanding which methods best suit your objective. This issue of Infoline will help you ensure your blended learning design will be successful on paper before transferring it to a variety of delivery technologies.