Every learning environment is different. When it comes to virtual learning, you must prepare yourself for a whole host of new considerations in order to deliver effective training. The Successful Virtual Classroom arms you with a proven approach, tools, techniques, and exercises to create the engaging, interactive, and memorable learning experiences demanded by today's increasingly mobile and globally dispersed workforce. Packed with interaction examples, icebreakers, exercises - as well as case studies from organizations such as Oracle, UPS, and more - the book helps you bring the virtual classroom to life in high-impact ways, whether you're uniting physically dispersed teams, reaching participants globally, or simply providing training in a more convenient manner.
Going far beyond a mere introduction to new technology, Darlene Christopher introduces the unique and powerful PREP Model, which takes you step by step through the stages of planning, rehearsing, executing, and post session reviews for fine-tuning your program. You'll learn how to:
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"If you're looking for an accessible and practical book that will help you master the virtual classroom, this book hits the mark. It's a MUST-read for today's technologically enabled learning-and-development professional charged with developing effective virtual programs for an increasingly diverse and globally dispersed audience." (Elaine Biech, author of Training for Dummies; editor of ASTD Handbook)
although I have done virtual learning via webinar, I hadn't realised there was better software out there hosting wider features such as virtual whiteboards and chat pods.
this book gives some good ideas on transforming classroom based activities into virtual ones. will definitely come in useful :)
Easy to follow, enjoyable narrator and good content. I listened to this book in less than a week. Some of the contents was review but there were some good points I had not considered. I thought chapters five and six were the most informative. The content referenced respected sources.
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