The April 2022 research from the Survey of Working Arrangements and Attitudes identifies the 3 key reasons people feel are benefits of going back to an office (at least occasionally): Face to face collaboration Socializing Better equipment I don’t think people are being honest with answer number 1 by the way – I think they… Read More Why you need to go back to the office
I saw an article from the Harvard Business Review last week trying to frame the argument around what the optimal workplace would look like. Do we ask what the optimal learnplace might be? And wouldn’t the answer be ‘it depends’?
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
I posted the other day what hybrid wasn’t and was rightly asked by Craig Trousdale to explain what it is, so this post is my definition and understanding of hybrid. To clarify from the start: blended learning is not hybrid learning. Blending is a technique that falls under the hybrid banner but is, in itself,… Read More So what is hybrid learning?