Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, November 22nd at 11am PT / 2pm ET. This week’s chat is on Increasing Engagement.
Have you really been in a really engaging conversation? When we say it was “engaging” it implies it was hard to pull away from for a good reason. It was enjoyable, magnetic, riveting, emotional, relevant, etc. You get the idea and yet when it comes to learning solutions we seek similar but can often fall short.
This week on #GuildChat (on Twitter) we dive into a broad and narrow look at engagement. From how it looks and feels to ways to increase it as we design courses and programs to eve bigger initiatives in our organizations. Join us to share your approaches on engagement and learn more from your peers.
Q1 What are the signs of an engaged learner?
Q2 Do learning experiences and performance support always need to be engaging to get the job done well? Why or why not?
Q3 What are some approaches you’ve used/seen used to increase engagement in eLearning?
Q4 Humor is something that’s sometimes used to attempt to make learning more engaging. How do you decide if it’s appropriate for a particular situation or not.
Q5 What causes you to disengage with a learning experience?
Q6 Different people find different things engaging or not engaging. When looking to boost engagement, what questions should you ask about your audience to determine what’s going to work for them?
Q7 How should one go about increasing engagement over a long period of time, say in a 3-6 month initiative or program?
Q8 What role do others (peers, co-workers, management, higher leadership) play in learner engagement?
Missed this GuildChat? Don’t worry – you can still read through what happened on our Wakelet transcript of the chat!