Ten Types of Feedback to Boost Learner Engagement

In the world of training, there is a criterion that separates a successful training program from the failed ones: engagement. Lack of engagement reduces the […]

Top 10 Learning Videos on our YouTube Channel

Our YouTube channel is turbocharged with educational videos hosted by our very own L&D expert, Juliette Denny. They cover every topic in the L&D universe! […]

Why Is Curiosity Essential for Learners?

  Curiosity in learning is essential. In fact, if you’re not curious about a subject, you may as well not learn it at all. It’s […]

How Does Game-Based Learning Work?

Learning shouldn’t be a yawn-worthy experience. Game-based learning turns the learning journey into an engaging voyage that keeps you interested! The post How Does Game-Based […]

How To Tap Into the Competitive Nature of your Sales Staff

1 in 3 managers say that their coworkers are more competitive than they were 10 years ago. Competition is a big deal, especially with sales […]

3 Tricks for Engaging Learners When Virtual Training Ends

Here at InSync Training, we have a mantra that guides our design and delivery practice: “Nothing stands alone.” We no longer live in the days […]

How Frontline Staff Are Trained Differently To Other Roles

Frontline staff are trained differently to other members of staff; they have to be. They’re the face of your brand and they represent your values. […]

‘Adaptive’ Should Be Your Mantra While Creating Moodle Content (Updated)

Disponible en Español.  Updated on May 29th, 2019 Adaptive (content), Adaptive (assessment), Adaptive (sequence). This inhale-exhale exercise also doubles as a learning content creation technique. […]

Automatically Send Reminder Emails And ‘Nudge’ Students Using The Reengagement Plugin For The Moodle LMS

Updated on April 23th, 2019 Video credit: Rockingham Community College Distance Learning Catalyst IT, international Moodle Partner originally from New Zealand, has shared the Reengagement […]

How To Ignite Curiousity in your Learners

If you want to make other people pay attention to what you have to say, you first need to know how to make them curious. […]

Dispelling Four Neuroscience Myths

Neuroscience myths are plentiful. From thinking we’re either left-brained or right-brained, to believing we stop learning at three years old: the brain has worked hard […]

Why Measuring Employee Engagement is Pointless (Unless You Do This Too) [VIDEO]

Organizations spend so much time (and money) measuring employee engagement. The challenge is, they then do little to nothing to truly IMPACT engagement after the […]

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