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Tips & Tricks for being a GREAT eLearning TRAINER: Ice Breaker – Ditch it or keep it? 

Video 1 The Question

I have been reading a blog suggesting that you can save time in the lesson by having the icebreaker completed via a social media platform through pre-recorded videos in the free time of participants. What do you think? Is that a good opportunity to save instructional time, or are you and them missing out somehow?

 The internet is swapped with information on how to create and deliver effective courses through synchronous eLearning. How do you know which advice to follow and which not? In the coming weeks, I will be sharing with you Free teaching tips and expert advice on the do’s and don’ts for designing and delivering effective, interactive and fun eLearning trainings.

Feel free to share with me any challenges or questions you have, and I will do my best to answer them in the following videos.

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Video 2 The Answer  Tips & Tricks for being a GREAT eLearning TRAINER: Ice Breaker – Ditch it or keep it?

We posted the question whether “an icebreaker should be avoided during instructional time to safe time, by asking participants to post something in a chat group in advance”.
The simple answer to the question is NO. The icebreaker is an OPPORTUNITY to create:
1. Team spirit
2. Safe environment for learning
3. Form authentic connections with your people
4. Nurture self-confidence and promote interactivity
…and much more