Lesson Learned: Virtual Facilitation is DIFFERENT Than Traditional Facilitation

In August, we celebrate virtual classroom facilitators. And this year, you all REALLY deserve applause. You’ve been teaching marathon sessions that weren’t designed for the […]

How to Go Live: Identifying the Key Players in the Virtual Classroom

Moving great face-to-face learning to the virtual classroom includes a multi-step process. The first step involves making an effort to understand the value of the […]

How to Go Live: Thinking About Virtual Classroom Facilitation

We all know that organizations have had to quickly move face-to-face training to the virtual classroom. This seismic shift extends beyond instructional design, learner logistics, […]

How to Go Live: The First Step to Moving Great Programs to the Virtual Classroom

Picture this: your boss comes to you and says, “Hey! You know that training program you facilitate in the classroom next week? Guess what?! I […]

Stories from the Virtual Trenches: Extreme Facilitation

You may have heard the news that the InSync Training team will spend all of 2020 celebrating an important organizational milestone: 20 years of driving […]

Lesson Learned: Virtual Facilitation is DIFFERENT Than Traditional Facilitation

In 2020, we’ll be sharing the lessons we’ve learned about the virtual classroom over the last twenty years, and we’ll link back to our more detailed […]

Hindsight is 2020 - 20 Years of Driving Digital Engagement in the Virtual Classroom

On January 3, 2000, I created a company named InSync Training. To answer a commonly asked question, the name WASN’T a play on the name […]

Common Brain-Based Presenting Questions Answered

Virtually There session recap At some point in your career, you will have to give a presentation or run a meeting. If you work in […]

Virtual Learning 101: Learner Engagement and Session Scheduling

A few weeks ago, I responded to a number of fundamental questions about virtual learning. And in the process of reviewing the inquiries my team […]

Part Two: Using Facilitation to Connect with Your Audience at a Deeper Level

Recently, we explored the theory behind how facilitators can quantify and qualify learner engagement in the virtual classroom. A theoretical foundation provides a jumping off […]

Part One: Using Facilitation to Connect with Your Audience at a Deeper Level

Good modern learning facilitators possess virtual classroom literacy, are technically savvy, and practice good time management skills. All three of these characteristics contribute to a […]

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 […]

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