I’ve always been a firm believer that learning is a process, not an event. If we operate with that line of thinking, it becomes clear that it’s our responsibility to design experiences that support the learning process over time. A great way to do this is by designing blended learning. But how can you get started?
For this month’s episode of Ask a Trainer, I invited Brian Washburn, author of What’s Your Formula?, to help me answer your questions about using video in learning. Enjoy!
This Ask a Trainer video explores how to design blended learning.
In this video, Tim Slade and Brian Washburn answer questions about designing blended learning.Questions answered in this video:-“What are some of the common challenges when designing blended learning and how do you get around these?” (2:44)-“When is blended learning most effective and when should it be avoided?” (7:54)-“What new developments in learning design do you think are making the biggest impact on blended learning options?” (12:53)Connect with Tim Slade:- Website: elearningacademy.io/- LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/sladetim/- Twitter: twitter.com/sladetimConnect with Brian Washburn:- LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/brianwashburn- Twitter: twitter.com/flipchartguyInterested in submitting a question for a future video? Each month, we solicit your questions on LinkedIn and Twitter around a common topic. You can submit your questions by posting on LinkedIn or Twitter with the #ATDAskATrainer hashtag. Check out the complete Ask a Trainer advice column at td.org/ask-a-trainer.
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