Webinars are great. They save time and accelerate learning.
However, boring lectures kill webinars. Most webinars are extensions of talking heads clicking their PowerPoints to death. No wonder many learners multi-task and drop out.
In this webinar Ray will share both proven and test methods and tactics to avoid 100% Lecture webinars and truly engage your learners in stimulating and mind-capturing learning experiences.
Topics to cover:
* How to avoid the trainer "diarrhea of the mouth disease"
* How to prepare your lessons to focus on learner actions
* What types of pre-webinar and post-webinar activities must take place
* Designing your lessons without lecturing but instead letting learners discover
* How to ask questions that help learners discover answers
* Which exercises deliver learning experiences instead of lectures
About Ray Jimenez
Ray Jimenez is the Chief Learning Architect and Founder of Vignettes Learning and Vignettes for Training, Inc., a systems development and consulting company specializing in e-Learning and Performance Systems, eLearning course development, online community platform and interactive tools. Ray has over twenty years experience in the consulting and training industry. He started his career as management consultant for Coopers and Lybrand in the areas of information management systems and management training. He has delivered lectures and workshops and consulted with clients in the United States, Asia and Europe. Ray has designed the architecture of several e-learning and e-performance software and management systems.
Ray is the author of "3-Minute e-Learning", "Scenario-Based e-Learning", "Do-It-Yourself eLearning, "Micro-Learning Impacts Report", and soon to be released books on "Micro-Learning Worlds" and "Story-Based eLearning Design." Among his clients are Booz Allen Hamilton, Ernst & Young, Psychological Associates, Transamerica Financials, Boeing Company, Ryland Homes, Countrywide Home Loans, Oracle Corporation, U.S. Air Force, Oakwood Worldwide, Aramark, Chipotle Restaurants and National Aeronautic Space Administration (NASA). Ray has presented to several associations and business organizations including American Society for Training and Development (ASTD), Training Magazine Events, and e-Learning Guild. Ray is an adviser to eLearning programs for University of California, Irvine, University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center and Assumption University, Bangkok. He completed his PhD from St. Peter's College and Studies in Interactive Media from University of California, Los Angeles.
Workshop and briefing participants describe Ray as "fun", "engaging", "technically savvy", "has depth in e-learning experience", "balances theory and hands-on experience" and "inspiring".
Visit Ray's blog: http://vignettestraining.blogspot.com/
Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.