Learn why students struggle to speak up in class and follow our tips to encourage thoughtful conversation.
Multimodality & accessibility are two key components of a UDL-friendly classroom. Follow these strategies to make your classroom more inclusive.
At the onset of World War 2, the U.S. Army was tasked with training 8 million unseasoned soldiers for war. Robert M. Gagné was finishing up his PhD in Psychology at Brown University. Not long after completing his degree, Gagné joined the Air Force Personnel and Training Research Center where he worked with other psychologists […]
The principles of microlearning are now being effectively applied in live in-person and virtual training.
See how Will Fullwood converts cell phones from distraction devices to attention magnets.
Micro-learning is a highly effective approach to learning that can be applied to both asynchronous and synchronous training. According to the Journal of Applied Psychology (2017), bite sized training modules makes learning 17% more effective. However, there are some unique advantages to using microlearning for virtual instructor led training (VILT). VILT allows for dialogue and […]
By understanding how our brains function, educators and technologists can harness enormous cognitive and recall powers for live online learning. Written by Gabriel Arcentales.
An surprising number of people are not attentive during virtual meetings.
Patrick Diviny provides advice on how to overcome digital distraction and lift participation.
How do you train and certify sales reps as quickly as possible? We’ll review tips and tricks to help.
We identify ways to use live online training to improve corporate training programs.