Advanced train the trainer
Deeper questioning for deeper learning
In the early days of virtual training, getting any form of verbal interaction felt like a win. But how rich can that interaction be? Using polling, chat box and open questions to the group might get learners involved, but designing deeper questioning for deeper learning is key.
Who will benefit?
responsible for developing learning activities and programmes which benefit from stretching and engaging participants further.
looking to deliver challenging and involving training that builds memorable and useful learning.
who are invested in improving the learner experience and learning transfer from virtual training.
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