Making Blended Learning Work: Lessons From Companies that Train Best
Editor’s Note: This webcast is an overview of Allison Rossett’s Workshop “Blended Learning Opportunities: Lessons Learned from Organizations that Train Best” that took place at IQPC’s Technology Assisted Learning Summit. Learn more about IQPC’s HR events here.
Learn how to improve your blended learning initiatives to get maximum training results!
Now…you can successfully develop and maintain an integrated training strategy that delivers on promises about learning and performance. And, you’ll learn to do it easily & easily with a tested approach that has enabled thousands of people increase their training effectiveness.
In this powerful free webcast, you’ll define blended learning in a way that renders explicit things you are already doing... and encourages you towards things you'll very much want to do going forward.
You’ll learn how the right blended learning approach helps you create the ideal "program" with its three key elements: effective sequencing of material, validation through repetition, and self-motivation of the learner.
You’ll find answers to today's most frequently asked blended learning questions:
- What blended training initiatives do you put with what and how to guide individual and independent performance?
- What are the rich technology options?
- How can we do more to add to an instructor-led course?
- What are the implications of 2.0?
- How does blending alter and enhance our careers and responsibilities?
You’ll identify the watch out's of blended learning and discover practical solutions for making blended learning work.
The instructor will share with attendees a study that provided some surprises about blended learning and technology enabled learning... and the important lessons that can be derived from these experiences.
So don’t delay. You’ll find this webcast useful…valuable…enlightening.
Professor of Educational Technology
San Diego State University
Allison Rossett, long-time professor of educational technology at San Diego State University, is the author of many award-winning books, including First Things Fast. Rossett consults on learning strategy and offers keynotes and workshops across the globe. You can reach Rossett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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