5 Blended Learning Strategies That Actually Boost Engagement

Employers who favor blended learning solutions for their staff over traditional, in-person classroom-based training do so because they see value in it. However, the blending of in-class courses with technology-driven virtual learning approaches often fails to deliver one crucial component of corporate learning: engagement.

Because of the way in which most blended eLearning occurs, employers miss out on opportunities to directly engage with a diverse group of staff who, in many instances, may never have the time to be present under a single roof again in a long time.

Conversely, if the blended strategy solely provides geographically dispersed employees the option to “learn at your own time”, groups of employees who might have occasion of working closely together later on, miss out on the opportunity of engaging with their peers during blended training sessions.

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