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Online training in empathic mode

KnowledgeOne

Among its approaches, the pedagogy of empathy is one that can be implemented even in simplified elearning solutions. An empathic pedagogy has been shown to benefit feelings of trust, enjoyment of study, motivation and engagement in learning, the development and strengthening of a bond between teacher and learners, the creation of a positive learning environment, the development of a sense of belonging to the group, the valuing of learning, and educational success.

How to Effectively Shift to Online Teaching: The Ultimate Guide

TechSmith Camtasia

By humanizing your content and leveraging the benefits of asynchronous communication and learning, you can create courses that are as effective — or even more effective — as face-to-face learning. – Synchronous vs. asynchronous learning – What makes a quality online course? Benefits of humanized online learning: Creates a sense of trust and community. And one of the keys to that is asynchronous learning. Synchronous vs. asynchronous learning.

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eLearning Conferences 2010

Tony Karrer

link] December 18, 2009 A Word in Your Ear 2009: A conference about the use of audio feedback in higher education. link] May 13-14, 2010 The London Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL), 8 th International Conference: Disciplines, Pedagogies and Cultures for SoTL, London, United Kingdom. Clayton Wright just sent me his incredible annual list of eLearning Conferences.