Training Magazine Network presents How to Create No-Lecture Webinars Ray Jimenez, Ph.D. Chief Systems Architect Vignettes ...
Recorded Webinar This program was presented for Training Magazine Network members as a live webinar.  We invite you to vie...
Click to Register TrainingMagNetwork.com is powered by  VFTNetworks  social learning platform Questions?  Click here to as...
About Ray Jimenez Ray Jimenez is the Chief Learning Architect and Founder of Vignettes Learning and Vignettes for Training...
No-Lecture Webinar Ray E. Jimenez, PhD Chief Architect VignettesLearning.com [email_address]   www.my3mg.com
Which would you rather be? Why? (Type in chat) Frustrated Webinar Lecturer Interactive Webinar Leader A  B
* No-Lecture Webinar
* Is it really possible?
The audience says! “How should one stop lecturing in Webinars?” (Scan the survey and pick one that you like the most! Type...
* What happened to all these people?
* Interactive dreaming
* Interactive Multi-tasking
* Interactive Drooling
* Interactive Puking
* They are all interactive, but ..  (please complete sentence –type chat) Dream Droll Multi- task Puke
*
* The lecture in webinars is Medusa What is wrong with the lecture in webinars?
* Ponder on this A lecture is an answer looking for a   QUESTION   A question is an answer (Type in chat your reflections)
* Ponder on this Why is it so difficult to ask a question?
* <ul><li>Ignorance = intelligence </li></ul><ul><li>Ignorance = stupidity </li></ul><ul><li>Ignorance = misfortune </li><...
* Ignorance is more important than  intelligence (Why? Type in chat)
An ignorant person knows one thing – no one else can http://www.illusionworks.com/   Al Seckel
* Right or Left Window Is this window on the  1) right  or  2) left  of this  building?   http://www.illusionworks.com/   ...
* The following is based on research. Try not to get  offended. http://www.illusionworks.com/
* What do you see? http://www.illusionworks.com/
* <ul><li>Who can see </li></ul><ul><li>Sex? </li></ul><ul><li>Dolphins? </li></ul>(Type in chat)
* Dolphins http://www.illusionworks.com/
* Our perception and context is how we interact with the world. Who’s context is at play in lectures? 1. Lecturer 2. Parti...
Unless you connect with the person’s context, there is no connection, there is no learning How do you connect with the con...
* A lecture is an answer looking for a   QUESTION   A question is an answer
* Ask the  QUESTION  that leads to the answer If you have an   Answer (What does this mean? Type Chat.) (Content)
* How do you create  a question, that leads  to an answer you know?
* How do you create  a question, that leads  to an answer you know? Answer:  It is best to listen to employees to make the...
* What is the difference between? A  B (Type Chat.)
* What is the purpose of  ALL forms of interactivity? (Type Chat.)
Questions Answers Questions Questions Questions Questions The good  Medusa
* Questions to Answers  Interpret Apply Relate
<ul><li>Awareness & safety in your environment </li></ul><ul><li>Personal injuries are harmful to you and </li></ul><ul><l...
If you are caught in this situation, how would this harm you and your family? Time Square Bomb (How does this help the lea...
What do you need to do to avoid being in this situation? Time Square Bomb (How does this help the learner? Type in chat.)
What do you do if you feel some activities might lead to this situation? Time Square Bomb (How does this help the learner?...
If you are caught in this situation, how would this harm you and your family? What do you need to do to avoid being in thi...
Burglary game
<ul><li>Ethics and Leadership </li></ul><ul><li>It is our company policy to foster   highest ethical standards </li></ul><...
What practices led the bankers investigations? Bank Executives Investigations (How does this help the learner? Type in cha...
To avoid this potential liability, what policies should be in place and adhered to? Bank Executives Investigations (How do...
What would you do if observe situations that could lead to this type of investigations? Bank Executives Investigations (Ho...
It is our company policy to foster highest ethical standards You are required to report unethical practices  Use the confi...
* Questions to Answers  Interpret Apply Relate
* Why is a story a form  of a question? (Type Chat.)
What’s the difference between: A B (Type chat) Trump with his usual arrogant and self-righteous persona fired Yvonne on th...
Before: Emotional impact test Trump with his usual arrogant and self-righteous persona fired Yvonne on the spot. He did th...
“ Yvonne, you’re fired. And don’t give me that  crying shit.”  First voice: Let the story tell. Let learner’s fell the emo...
What do you see? (Type Chat)
What do you see? (Type Chat)
What’s your  choice? Why? (Type Chat)
Emotional impact test
* My most embarrassing  experience.  (Type in chat 15 words only)
* Questions to Answers  Interpret Apply Relate
* My most embarrassing  experience  (Type in chat 10 key words)
* If you are using all these tools, what must they accomplish: Chat, poll, break-outs, activities, pre and post webinar ex...
* Is it really possible?
* Can we really make a difference?  (type chat) Dream Droll Multi- task Puke
* What do we do with the lecture in Medusa? Any ideas?   (type chat)
*
* Questions to Answers  Interpret Apply Relate Focus on using
* What the audience says: Finding a new name for Webinars which suggest all interaction. View the survey results (Type in ...
Thank you! No-Lecture Webinar Ray E. Jimenez, PhD Chief Architect VignettesLearning.com [email_address]   www.my3mg.com
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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

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  • Ponder on this No-Lecture Webinar Is this really possible? Yes, but it is like cutting the head off the snake MEDUSA goddess you turn into rock Ponder on this A lecture-webinar is a answer looking for QUESTION A question is an ANSWER Join “Creating No-Lecture Webinar” Complete the contest “ iTouch” Win the iTouch Finding a new name for a webinar where it is all Interactive initial examples are: Virtual Jam Sessions Only for participant attendees?? == ==============================
  • Ray Jimenez - How to Create No-Lecture Webinars - Presented by Training Magazine Network

    1. 1. Training Magazine Network presents How to Create No-Lecture Webinars Ray Jimenez, Ph.D. Chief Systems Architect Vignettes Systems http://vignetteslearning.com
    2. 2. Recorded Webinar This program was presented for Training Magazine Network members as a live webinar. We invite you to view the full recorded webinar. Click Here to View Recording Download Handouts / Join Discussions The speaker invites you to join their discussion group at TrainingMagNetwork.com . Materials are posted for free download in the discussion group. Click Here to Join Group Register If you aren’t already a member of Training Magazine Network, you’ll register along the way. Registration is quick & free. Members are privacy-protected. Solicitation by vendors is prohibited.
    3. 3. Click to Register TrainingMagNetwork.com is powered by VFTNetworks social learning platform Questions? Click here to ask. <ul><li>What is Training Magazine Network? </li></ul><ul><li>TrainingMagNetwork.com is a social learning community of over 14,000 global learning professionals and thought-leaders. </li></ul><ul><li>Members have free access to: </li></ul><ul><li>Webinars & online workshops </li></ul><ul><li>Presentations, white papers & resources posted by speakers and peers </li></ul><ul><li>Networking with fellow learning professionals </li></ul><ul><li>Free tools to help in their work </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Social learning system & collaborative learning platform </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Goal-setting/action-planning software for learners </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Track Measurable impacts of training </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Web 2.0 online coaching system </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Instant publishing & learning content organization tools </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Downloadable, easily editable eLearning Flash micro-games </li></ul></ul>
    4. 4. 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 &quot;3-Minute e-Learning&quot;, &quot;Scenario-Based e-Learning&quot;, &quot;Do-It-Yourself eLearning, &quot;Micro-Learning Impacts Report&quot;, and soon to be released books on &quot;Micro-Learning Worlds&quot; and &quot;Story-Based eLearning Design.&quot; 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 &quot;fun&quot;, &quot;engaging&quot;, &quot;technically savvy&quot;, &quot;has depth in e-learning experience&quot;, &quot;balances theory and hands-on experience&quot; and &quot;inspiring&quot;. Visit Ray's blog: http://vignettestraining.blogspot.com/
    5. 5. No-Lecture Webinar Ray E. Jimenez, PhD Chief Architect VignettesLearning.com [email_address] www.my3mg.com
    6. 6. Which would you rather be? Why? (Type in chat) Frustrated Webinar Lecturer Interactive Webinar Leader A B
    7. 7. * No-Lecture Webinar
    8. 8. * Is it really possible?
    9. 9. The audience says! “How should one stop lecturing in Webinars?” (Scan the survey and pick one that you like the most! Type in chat.)
    10. 10. * What happened to all these people?
    11. 11. * Interactive dreaming
    12. 12. * Interactive Multi-tasking
    13. 13. * Interactive Drooling
    14. 14. * Interactive Puking
    15. 15. * They are all interactive, but .. (please complete sentence –type chat) Dream Droll Multi- task Puke
    16. 16. *
    17. 17. * The lecture in webinars is Medusa What is wrong with the lecture in webinars?
    18. 18. * Ponder on this A lecture is an answer looking for a QUESTION A question is an answer (Type in chat your reflections)
    19. 19. * Ponder on this Why is it so difficult to ask a question?
    20. 20. * <ul><li>Ignorance = intelligence </li></ul><ul><li>Ignorance = stupidity </li></ul><ul><li>Ignorance = misfortune </li></ul>(What did Einstein say and why? Type in chat) Poll
    21. 21. * Ignorance is more important than intelligence (Why? Type in chat)
    22. 22. An ignorant person knows one thing – no one else can http://www.illusionworks.com/ Al Seckel
    23. 23. * Right or Left Window Is this window on the 1) right or 2) left of this building? http://www.illusionworks.com/ (Type in chat)
    24. 24. * The following is based on research. Try not to get offended. http://www.illusionworks.com/
    25. 25. * What do you see? http://www.illusionworks.com/
    26. 26. * <ul><li>Who can see </li></ul><ul><li>Sex? </li></ul><ul><li>Dolphins? </li></ul>(Type in chat)
    27. 27. * Dolphins http://www.illusionworks.com/
    28. 28. * Our perception and context is how we interact with the world. Who’s context is at play in lectures? 1. Lecturer 2. Participants (Type in chat)
    29. 29. Unless you connect with the person’s context, there is no connection, there is no learning How do you connect with the context of the person? http://www.illusionworks.com/ Al Seckel (Type in chat)
    30. 30. * A lecture is an answer looking for a QUESTION A question is an answer
    31. 31. * Ask the QUESTION that leads to the answer If you have an Answer (What does this mean? Type Chat.) (Content)
    32. 32. * How do you create a question, that leads to an answer you know?
    33. 33. * How do you create a question, that leads to an answer you know? Answer: It is best to listen to employees to make them feel important. (What questions lead to the answer. Type Chat.)
    34. 34. * What is the difference between? A B (Type Chat.)
    35. 35. * What is the purpose of ALL forms of interactivity? (Type Chat.)
    36. 36. Questions Answers Questions Questions Questions Questions The good Medusa
    37. 37. * Questions to Answers Interpret Apply Relate
    38. 38. <ul><li>Awareness & safety in your environment </li></ul><ul><li>Personal injuries are harmful to you and </li></ul><ul><li>your family </li></ul><ul><li>Be aware and always be on the look out </li></ul><ul><li>Call the police when you see suspicious </li></ul><ul><li>activities </li></ul><ul><li>(How do you relate to learners, allow them to interpret and apply this content to your participants? Type in chat.) </li></ul>
    39. 39. If you are caught in this situation, how would this harm you and your family? Time Square Bomb (How does this help the learner? Type in chat.)
    40. 40. What do you need to do to avoid being in this situation? Time Square Bomb (How does this help the learner? Type in chat.)
    41. 41. What do you do if you feel some activities might lead to this situation? Time Square Bomb (How does this help the learner? Type in chat.)
    42. 42. If you are caught in this situation, how would this harm you and your family? What do you need to do to avoid being in this situation? What do you do if you feel some activities might lead to this situation? Personal injuries are harmful to you and your family Be aware and always be on the look out Call the police when you see suspicious activities Awareness & safety in your environment Question Answers (How did the questions help the learners? Type in chat?)
    43. 43. Burglary game
    44. 44. <ul><li>Ethics and Leadership </li></ul><ul><li>It is our company policy to foster highest ethical standards </li></ul><ul><li>You are required to report unethical practices </li></ul><ul><li>Use the confidential process to report situations that may lead to unethical practices </li></ul><ul><li>(How do you relate to learners, allow them to interpret and apply this content to your participants? Type in chat.) </li></ul>
    45. 45. What practices led the bankers investigations? Bank Executives Investigations (How does this help the learner? Type in chat.)
    46. 46. To avoid this potential liability, what policies should be in place and adhered to? Bank Executives Investigations (How does this help the learner? Type in chat.)
    47. 47. What would you do if observe situations that could lead to this type of investigations? Bank Executives Investigations (How does this help the learner? Type in chat.)
    48. 48. It is our company policy to foster highest ethical standards You are required to report unethical practices Use the confidential process to report situations that may lead to unethical practices Ethics and Leadership What practices led the bankers investigations? To avoid this potential liability, what policies should be in place and adhered to? What would you do if observe situations that could lead to this type of investigations? Question Answers (How did the questions help the learners? Type in chat?)
    49. 49. * Questions to Answers Interpret Apply Relate
    50. 50. * Why is a story a form of a question? (Type Chat.)
    51. 51. What’s the difference between: A B (Type chat) Trump with his usual arrogant and self-righteous persona fired Yvonne on the spot. He did this without malice and concern for Yvonne’s feelings. “ Yvonne, you’re fired. And don’t give me that crying shit.”
    52. 52. Before: Emotional impact test Trump with his usual arrogant and self-righteous persona fired Yvonne on the spot. He did this without malice and concern for Yvonne’s feelings. Third voice: Why describe? Why tell?
    53. 53. “ Yvonne, you’re fired. And don’t give me that crying shit.” First voice: Let the story tell. Let learner’s fell the emotion. After: Emotional impact test
    54. 54. What do you see? (Type Chat)
    55. 55. What do you see? (Type Chat)
    56. 56. What’s your choice? Why? (Type Chat)
    57. 57. Emotional impact test
    58. 58. * My most embarrassing experience. (Type in chat 15 words only)
    59. 59. * Questions to Answers Interpret Apply Relate
    60. 60. * My most embarrassing experience (Type in chat 10 key words)
    61. 61. * If you are using all these tools, what must they accomplish: Chat, poll, break-outs, activities, pre and post webinar exercises, etc. (Type in chat)
    62. 62. * Is it really possible?
    63. 63. * Can we really make a difference? (type chat) Dream Droll Multi- task Puke
    64. 64. * What do we do with the lecture in Medusa? Any ideas? (type chat)
    65. 65. *
    66. 66. * Questions to Answers Interpret Apply Relate Focus on using
    67. 67. * What the audience says: Finding a new name for Webinars which suggest all interaction. View the survey results (Type in chat)
    68. 68. Thank you! No-Lecture Webinar Ray E. Jimenez, PhD Chief Architect VignettesLearning.com [email_address] www.my3mg.com

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