3 Characteristics of Good Virtual Classroom Facilitators

What makes a virtual classroom facilitator good at what they do? Clients and learners ask us this question regularly. Heck, we ask ourselves this question […]

What Online Facilitators Can Learn From Rock Stars

Yesterday I had an interesting conversation with a friend whose kids are Canadian rock stars in the band, The Trews, currently on tour with Kid […]

3 Advanced Facilitation Techniques that Lead to Virtual Classroom Success

Adoption of virtual classrooms for training delivery has become a critical component of an organization’s learning strategy. Unfortunately, we’ve been delivering one-way webinars for so […]

Motivation Revisited – Getting Learners to the Virtual Classroom is a Shared Responsibility

Designing and delivering an engaging learning experience is an effective way of keeping people in the virtual learning experience once they've started, but getting people […]

Lead with The Learner (But Not in the Way You Think) – Virtual Classroom Facilitation Starts with Engagement

Very often you will read or hear about “learner-centric” learning methods.  These articles stress techniques that accommodate the learner’s needs and address expectations of the […]

2018 in Modern Learning: A Year in Review

Another year has come and gone. This time of year encourages reflection, both personal and professional, causing the InSync Team to ask questions such as: […]

Assessing Virtual Classroom Facilitation

Since virtual classroom skillsets are not as off-the-shelf as face-to-face training skills, we often wonder just how well we are doing at this virtual facilitation […]

Um, Ah, So, Ya Know … The Deadly Verbal Crutch

First impressions are key to developing rapport with learners in any classroom, but especially in the virtual environment. Facilitators in the virtual classroom must grab […]

Micro-workshops: The time has come

Micro-workshops are not the classroom equivalent of micro-learning. They are not short (5 to 10 minutes) learning bytes that are mostly consumed online. A micro-workshop […]

Time Management in the Virtual Classroom

Each learning environment requires facilitators to develop certain skills to promote learner success. Classroom facilitators benefit from participant body language. They know, based on the […]

Part 2: Managing Virtual Classroom Strategy Implementation Challenges

Recently InSync Training worked with a multinational software company to maximize the value of their existing learning content by transitioning it to the virtual and […]

What Can Hardware Reveal about Instruction?

Some of the classrooms in America look like they could be launching a rocket any minute. Some look the same as when my great-grandmother taught in […]

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