Teaching in the Future

Tonight I was teaching tomorrow.

The Dominion, Bangalore, Trip to IndiaThis is becoming a little more common for me as we increase the amount of virtual learning opportunities we offer.

Bangalore, India, Farthest Distance from home?For my students, it was Monday morning and for me it was Sunday night. I used an image I had to show how far away our office in India was, but the students were at home and up to 9,000 miles away from me.

Oolong Tea, Vahdam Tea, Heavy Oxidized OolongI made a cup of  oolong tea from India to sip on during the training and started my class.

Manipal County, Bangalore India, Resort, Tropical ResortDuring the training I thought of some of the places we had held classes before in India, and how times have changed when it comes to training.

I thought about how training in the future will be. As technology changes we are able to implement innovative training methods to further reduce the need for in person training, or shorten the time needed.

However, there are many challenges in global training, especially because of differences in time zones.

Bangalore, India, Swimming Pool, TropicalNow back to today. The students are taking a test and I will check the results tomorrow, which is when they are taking the test.

Steven

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1 Response to Teaching in the Future

  1. Teaching in the Future

    On Sunday, November 7, 2021, Braman’s Wanderings wrote:

    > vanbraman posted: “Tonight I was teaching tomorrow. This is becoming a > little more common for me as we increase the amount of virtual learning > opportunities we offer. For my students, it was Monday morning and for me > it was Sunday night. I used an image I had to show ” >

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