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Add Virtual Classroom To Online Learning

The Interactive Virtual Classroom Replaces Selected Classroom Learning

August 2, 2010

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  • By Claire Schooley
  • with Connie Moore,
  • Ralph Vitti

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An interactive virtual classroom is not your usual Webinar, Web conference, or online event. Instead, rather than a lecture, this online instructional approach involves learners who work from individual computers and continually interact as they respond to instructor questions, discuss issues in "breakout rooms", and add their ideas to a group online chart. If you are a business process professional responsible for organizational learning, join the many companies that are repurposing classroom instruction to the virtual classroom format and developing skilled online instructors to increase employee productivity, enhance knowledge, develop competencies, and save money.

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