Variety works when teaching adults in sessions that last longer than ten minutes. While it is important to use multiple methods for content delivery, each of the most popular has advantages and disadvantages. Successful presenters and facilitators take these into consideration when designing and conducting presentations or classes.
Click here for my chart on the 10 most popular methods, their advantages and disadvantages, and tips for making these methods most effective.
Webinars have a well-deserved reputation for being dry, slow, and an opportunity for multi-tasking. Let’s destroy that reputation and add some simple ways to wake people up and increase learning. I call these more powerful webinars "Engaginars."
Here are screenshots of 3 slides that I used in a recent webinar to get attendees participating. (I use dozens of other ideas, too. Check out this blog post to learn more and/or join me for my presentation at ATD2018.) The concepts are applicable to any content you are presenting in your webinar, and each has research to support its use.
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Anne Beninghof is passionate about teaching and learning.
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