Join | Advertise | Sign Up for Email
TD Blog Knowledge Bite: Difficult Virtual Learners and How to
As a virtual trainer, facilitator, or presenter, you’ve probably encountered difficult participant behaviors that make it difficult to maintain a positive learning environment. Trying to teach a virtual class or give a presentation online can present its own technical challenges. So, when disruptive, antisocial, or attention-seeking behavior pops up, it makes your job even harder. If you allow that conduct to continue without checking it, your training or presentation will soon be in jeopardy. This short session will identify 8 common types of difficult virtual learners and provide strategies for keeping their behavior in-check during your training or presentation and keeping your session as positive and inclusive as possible.
OUR SPEAKER: Esther Ramirios is founder of Adult Learning & Workforce Education Group, LLC, where she serves as a learning strategist that partners with organizations to cultivate a learning and professional development culture. Over the past 18 years, she has delivered programs in instructional design and participant-centered learning. She holds master's degrees in Organizational Management and in Education with a specialization in Adult Learning and Curriculum Development. Currently, she is a third-year doctoral student at California State University Northridge in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies.
Sign Up for Email
ATD-Los Angeles Chapter9852 W. Katella Ave. #187Anaheim, CA 92804 email@example.comChapter Code: CH8028