Virtual classrooms in numbers

How long should a virtual classroom session be? Half an hour, all day? How many people, six? 15? It's a challenge to know what is right. Often people ask me how many people should be in a virtual classroom. I recommend as few people as possible and the Lightbulb Moment virtual classroom courses I run... Continue Reading →

Are webinar training sessions easy to deliver?

Whilst I really enjoy delivering classroom training and 1:1 coaching with individual clients, I can also see some great opportunities if I move into the world of webinar based training. I am used to designing and delivering classroom based training, so I thought I would have a reasonably easy transition into the world of becoming... Continue Reading →

Virtual classroom session structure

A lot of us know about how to plan, design and deliver a face to face training session. But what about a virtual classroom session? Here's a quick overview that might give you some ideas: Always teach the basic tools people need to interact, one at a time, as you need them. Usually this is... Continue Reading →

Face to face communication and the virtual classroom

This blog post details research about how our brains react to different types of communication and what this means for how we design and deliver virtual classroom training sessions. Through examining research that highlights the special nature and importance of face to face communication I make recommendations on how to achieve something similar in the... Continue Reading →

What sUX about L&D design? 

As part of the Modern Learning Leader Programme, Barbara Thompson delivered a webinar on UX. UX is "User Design" and encompases so many things, partly the visual elements, but in this case more about how things work, or can work better! History of UX from Wikipedia: The field of user experience design is a conceptual design discipline and has... Continue Reading →

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