I am working on the classroom element of a wider blended course and as always with any new piece of work, it's good to take a step back and think "What if..?" before getting stuck in.
The course will be centred on customer experience and I am interested to know what new or emerging good practice / new tools and techniques people are designing into their classroom sessions these days?
New solutions, innovations and developments in the world of learning technologies are well documented and continually blogged about and are easy to tap into but it feels as if the anything relating to classroom is very much under the radar - so wondering if there's a missed opportunity here!
I get it that classrom has certain limitations built into it but am sure that there must have been some great new ideas put into place over recent years to add to the more traditional tool kit. For me, the latter includes group discussions, case studies and scenarios, presenting back on a set brief, role plays and skills practice, knowledge checks, audio and video clips as stimuli etc.
Any ideas on what people are doing over and above that list would be of real interest or even just any different takes on how best to leverage any of those items on the list.