I was speaking with someone last week about how empty it still was in the middle of London. People still haven’t returned to work and, if offered the opportunity to work remotely, have no desire to return to the office full time or permanently. The person I spoke with commented on how much busier the… Read More Destination: work
I was chatting with some LnD colleagues the other week in a #LnDConnect catch up and one of them mentioned a survey that is currently open to gather data on virtual classroom activity. Knowing the two people involved – Jane Daly and Jo Cook – I’m sure this will be an excellent data capture and… Read More Virtual classroom research
I’ve written about hybrid loads and am delighted to be able to talk about it on a webinar on Thursday. An online session, I’ll be hosting and contributing but mainly listening to the speakers – Aby Reynolds, Matthew Prisco, and Duncan Barrett. This follows up from the session I helped run last month and am… Read More Hybrid working: what is its effect on learning?
As promised yesterday, the next question that Serena Gonsalves-Fersch, FLPI and I wanted to answer at the Whatfix :SCALED event last week is below: Can you help\walkthrough us with a Hybrid Learning plan that you have build & its learnings? Senthil Raghavan It’s impossible to craft a complete plan here – not knowing the context or topic makes it… Read More Hybrid planning
Another question that Serena Gonsalves-Fersch, FLPI and I didn’t have time to answer at the Whatfix :SCALED event last week is below: How do you address wandering attention span in a virtual/hybrid learning scenario? ANON I like this question because it makes two assumptions. The first is that wandering attention spans aren’t normal. It’s been seen that extraneous… Read More Hybrid attention