How to Encourage Participation in Virtual Training Classes

Technology has made it possible to continue learning at a distance. Virtual training classes are an asset during a pandemic. However, this format comes with some drawbacks.

This is something that’s become obvious among school-aged children. While technical difficulties can pose problems for learners of any age, the issues referenced here have more to do with how classes are taught. Parents have found that younger students have a harder time remaining focused. This is especially true when learning at home, so close to their toys and other distractions.

While it’s not impossible to recreate the in-person classroom experience or to supplement online education with hands-on assignments, some curriculum take a text book approach. The student reads or listens to a lesson then does an assignment. The process repeats through each lesson.

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