Converting to a Distance Learning Format

Judy Mason has been frustrated with the quality of communication among trainees in her face-to-face training sessions and wants to try something new. She plans to convert all current training modules to a blended learning format, which would provide trainees and trainers the opportunity to interact with each other and learn the material in both a face-to-face and online environment. In addition, she wants to put all her training materials on a server so that the trainees have access to resources and assignments at all times. This new approach should get trainees excited and participating once again.

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Judy researched the best approach to tackling this new blended course. You can read her assessment.  Wk7AssgnAllegrettiM.

She also created a checklist. F2F to Blended Tips

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One thought on “Converting to a Distance Learning Format

  1. Definitely it’s a good idea to change something if we feel our training is failing for any reason. Turning face-to-face training into a blended one might affect positively on engaging the learners. I think they simply like mixed learning methods.

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