Have you ever had a meal without knowing what you would get? Maybe a surprise menu from the chef at a restaurant or eating at a friend’s house who just whipped something up.
That situation can go one of two ways. Either you are pleasantly surprised: “I never knew I liked scallops that much!”. Or you have to find a way to cope with the disappointment: “It looks de-li-cious, too bad I filled up on bread already…”.
A surprise meal. That is what learners have recently been given, too. Online or virtual was not a didactical choice. It was mandatory. Fortunately, there were some pleasant surprises too!What turned out to be more effective, fun, practical, or tasty than expected?
Who better to answer this question than aNewSpring’s own didactical chefs, our customer success managers? They work with training providers on a daily basis, designing and creating online learning solutions. Especially the past year, they helped out with bringing every training and course online.
What didactical choices, online learning techniques and examples of assignments did they encounter that will not go back to ‘the vintage classroom’ setting, but remain online?