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  • Define the flipped model of learning
  • Identify 3 learning modes that can be asynchronous
  • Identify 3 learning modes that can be synchronous
  • Examine 6 techniques to apply for effective peer learning

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Are you Zoom’ed out? Excited to spend another day in “training” online? It’s time to focus on the person, their time, energy, and interest matter more than the time in their seat.

In this session we will examine ways to maximize time together by “flipping” the content model. The basis of this model is to use time outside of the live, or synchronous, class to introduce new materials ranging from text, videos, and interactive lessons and to use the time in the live class to begin the deeper dive into the content focusing on problem-solving group exercises, small group interactions, and group discussions.

As we work and learn remotely the ability to use time together effectively and efficiently is vital and instead of having your first contact with the content be a lecture via Zoom this model changes the focus to using the time together to interact with the instructor’s and peers to practice, apply, and synthesize the content in the context of their mutual working experience. This session will focus on how the flipped model can be integrated into the learning path an organization uses to develop and train employees.

The session will begin by reviewing the basics of the model and ways developers can utilize existing content to create a meaningful experience before a live Zoom session and examine and discuss 6 techniques to consider using to engage and promote peer learning while meeting the business and performance needs of the individual.


Who is it for:

Anyone who leads and facilitates meetings, projects and teams remotely.


Key learnings:

  • Define the flipped model of learning
  • Identify 3 learning modes that can be asynchronous
  • Identify 3 learning modes that can be synchronous
  • Examine 6 techniques to apply for effective peer learning

Short bio

William J. Ryan, PhD is the Principal Consultant with Ryan Consulting, LLC using learning as a strategic business tool to develop and impact people to improve retention, engagement, and performance.

Bill has a demonstrated record of corporate and industrial management experience leading performance support and instructional design teams globally including government (Dept. of Energy), high technology (IBM & Westinghouse), and health-related industries including home health care and insurance (Humana).

Recent clients include Delta Faucet with a comprehensive talent staffing and development plan, Blue Circle Leadership developing a blended online program in leadership development, developing an implementation strategy for a Hiring for Competency model used by the National Retail Services, a state initiative focused on workforce development helping businesses retain and develop employees.

He is actively working with a clinical start-up focused on improved neonatal techniques for clinicians across the country and on a blended leadership and coaching program for a multi-state manufacturing concern. Bill holds a M.S. from Ithaca College focused on Instructional Design, and a Ph.D. in Computing Technology in Education from Nova Southeastern University.

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