4 Ways to Accommodate Different Learning Styles in a Virtual Classroom

notes-clean-hero-minimal2Did you know that having the right tools to work remotely can improve creativity? Or that building modern, mobile work spaces can greatly boost productivity? Sometimes, all it takes is a little flexibility to have a big impact on outcomes.The same basic principle can be applied to online learning environments:Just as different people have different work styles, they also have different learning needs.

That’s why, if you want to improve online training outcomes, you’re going to need to embrace instructional design so you can accommodate different learning styles in a virtual environment. The process you use to design, develop and deliver learning materials can (and should) vary depending on the groups you’re working with.

To help, here are several tips you can use to accommodate different learning styles when preparing, staging and delivering training materials in the online environment.  Read More

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Written by Dan Beckius

Beckius has been on the frontlines of virtual training for as long as he can remember. It all started 20 years ago, when he was often seen carting around desktop PCs and monitors for face-to-face training sessions. A vocal advocate for the power of online training, Beckius helps companies get as much as possible out of their virtual classrooms.

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