Overview

Making the move to online teaching and learning can be challenging, and professionals and laypeople alike want to know the best ways to accomplish the switchover without sacrificing the quality of the material that is being taught. The ultimate challenge is how one transfers the in-person teaching experience and to retain the quality of that experience in the online world in a way that maintains its original integrity. Ultimately what we want is an experience that is challenging and just as engaging as the ...
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The Learning Explosion

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Overview

Making the move to online teaching and learning can be challenging, and professionals and laypeople alike want to know the best ways to accomplish the switchover without sacrificing the quality of the material that is being taught. The ultimate challenge is how one transfers the in-person teaching experience and to retain the quality of that experience in the online world in a way that maintains its original integrity. Ultimately what we want is an experience that is challenging and just as engaging as the experience one would get in a live classroom. This book helps readers learn how to transfer their in-person classroom experience and skills to the virtual classroom.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Matthew Murdoch is FranklinCovey's Global Director of Online Learning. For more than twenty years, Matt has held varying management roles. While at FranklinCovey, he has served as Head of Corporate Marketing, Director of FranklinCovey's International Symposiums, Director of Product Management and Marketing, and Director of Web Development. Matt's team successfully designed and implemented LiveClicks webinar workshops, FranklinCovey's virtual classrooms that effectively distribute an industry leading catalog of training workshops to clients worldwide.

Treion Muller is FranklinCovey's Chief eLearning Architect, responsible for all online-learning development initiatives. Treion has been with FranklinCovey for five years, in which time he has helped develop and launch several products, including FranklinCovey's LiveClicks webinars FranklinCovey's first delivery channel that effectively distributes a catalog of FranklinCovey training workshops to clients via virtual classrooms.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013918764
  • Publisher: RosettaBooks
  • Publication date: 5/23/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 195
  • File size: 4 MB

Meet the Author

Matthew Murdoch is FranklinCovey's Global Director of Online Learning. For more than twenty years, Matt has held varying management roles. While at FranklinCovey, he has served as Head of Corporate Marketing, Director of FranklinCovey's International Symposiums, Director of Product Management and Marketing, and Director of Web Development. Matt's team successfully designed and implemented LiveClicks webinar workshops, FranklinCovey's virtual classrooms that effectively distribute an industry leading catalog of training workshops to clients worldwide.

Treion Muller is FranklinCovey's Chief eLearning Architect, responsible for all online-learning development initiatives. Treion has been with FranklinCovey for five years, in which time he has helped develop and launch several products, including FranklinCovey's LiveClicks webinars FranklinCovey's first delivery channel that effectively distributes a catalog of FranklinCovey training workshops to clients via virtual classrooms.
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  • Posted July 8, 2011

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    Expert guidebook on how to plan, organize and conduct a virtual classroom

    Matthew Murdoch and Treion Muller are senior online learning executives at FranklinCovey, a premier corporate training firm whose clients include many "Fortune" 500 companies. Their outstanding, authoritative book makes it clear that they have the chops to teach you how to organize online learning initiatives and how to plan, set up and run virtual classrooms. True to the authors' "keep it short" philosophy, the book is concise. Mirroring their protocol for virtual learning, each chapter ends with interactive exercises. getAbstract recommends this concrete, easy-to-understand, highly enthusiastic explanation of virtual learning programs to chief learning officers, and to corporate education and training professionals.

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