The sudden rise of COVID-19 has transformed the way many L&D professionals operate and deliver even the most basic learning experiences. What was once face-to-face training and education has shifted completely to the virtual space. However, “emergency remote teaching” doesn’t necessarily always lead to “good instruction”.
In this month’s research report, Evidence-Based Ideas for Virtual Classroom Experiences, Jane Bozarth examines the L&D community’s sudden shift to virtual classrooms and shares her findings regarding what makes for productive virtual learning experiences. You will find insight on instructional approaches and factors that support distance learning, examples of realistic practices, and the value that feedback holds for long-term learner retention.
Download this report now to explore research on instructional methods and supporting factors for preparing and delivering effective learning experiences with virtual classrooms.
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