Virtual Classroom

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Maintaining Interactivity

Maintaining Interactivity

Maximizing the learner’s interactions with his peers, the environment and the facilitator. Frequent learner interaction is needed to sustain attention and promote learning

  • Interactive Presentation: Where participant view and interact with the content through embedded activities and missions via latest software.
  • Live Simulations via Breakout Rooms.
  • Group activities and discussions via Breakout Rooms.
  • Polling.
  • Competitions & Quizzes either team or individual to keep participants engaged.
  • Voting, asking questions or sharing stories & opinions via Zoom non-verbal feedback features or other tools.

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Providing a well produced virtual experience for the learners and matching the learners’ needs and skill level with the right tools.

  • It’s not about throwing in as much digital tools as we can, it’s more about CHOOSING the right tools for the right piece of content to deliver a certain objective, while keeping it as simple as possible to not overwhelm the learners.
  • Virtual Platforms Readiness: A pre training survey of how much they know about the platforms & a video that explains how we’ll utilize the different platforms in our training to equip participants for the session.
  • A 10-minute introduction at the beginning of the session. Valuable time nut crucial to make sure the participants are able to use the tools effectively.
  • An always ready co-trainer who manages the participants inquiries, problems or any difficulties regarding the digital tools used.
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Granularity

Granularity

Segmenting content into sizable chunks to ensure learners’ retention.

  • When it comes to influencing thinking and changing behaviors, bite-size is most definitely the right size. This has always been our philosophy.
  • Digital learning research has estimated the optimum duration of a virtual classroom to be around 2 hours.

Personalization

Following the learners’ progress and performance individually.

  • The Trainer:
    • Personally checks on learner progress during activities or in breakout rooms throughout the session.
    • Continuously keeps track of participants’ learning outcomes through using the digital tools in zoom or the interactive presentation, to get insight, answer their questions and ensures each learner’s progress.
  • The Host:
  • Is a Facilitator who manages the participants inquiries, problems or any difficulties regarding the digital tools used.
    • Participants can chat with the host if facing any trouble, they can raise their hands to ask a question, and provide nonverbal feedback throughout the session.
    • The host keeps track of participant’s presence, if any learner is not responsive or not participating, we check on them individually to see if they’re facing any trouble.
Personalization
Learning Methodology

Learning Methodology

Encouraging deep thinking to personalize how each individual can apply the learning. Using instructional methods and techniques creatively to develop an engaging and motivating learning experience. Being relevant to learners’ needs, roles and responsibilities in professional life.

  • These are the set of activities embedded inside the virtual classroom session delivery, to enable participants learning. Extracted from the ADULT LEARNING Theories and many studies by some of the biggest training providers in the world.
  • An example of that is Reflection Sheets: that participants receive prior to the session, to personally reflect the content throughout the session on themselves via email. They get a chance in the session to fill this sheet to reflect the content on their situation.

Learning Journey

We have always believed in the power of learning journeys & reinforcement tools in increasing the learning impact. This digital disruption has made it possible to do so much more, and has made implementing our tools so much easier.

Learning Journey

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