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Earn HR Certification Credits with LEARNsynx Webinars

Do you have a certification in aPHR®, PHR®, SPHR®, GPHR®, or SPHRi™ through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®)?  If you do, then you are in luck!  allsynx is now an Approved Provider with HRCI®.  We will be offering webinars throughout the year where you will be able to earn credit hours towards any of the certifications mentioned above. …

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7 Tips on Virtually Onboarding New Hires

Starting a new job can be a rollercoaster of an experience. It’s a fresh start that can bring with it a multitude of conflicting feelings, such as excitement and stress. Although the start of a new job can be a tough time with a huge learning curve for new hires, today’s remote business world makes …

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Motivating Young Kids while Remote Learning

Our family is starting the year with at least 9 weeks of remote learning, potentially longer depending on how the next several months go. I know that many parents are finding themselves in the same boat we are – you need to work while helping facilitate your kids’ learning, and somehow keep them entertained and keep yourself sane when they aren’t doing schoolwork. So, I thought …

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LEARNsynx Tips: Collaboration

Collaboration is the name of the game for our Talent Development Team! Check out this video for a quick tip about our two-must dos. To dig deeper, check out one of our other articles on collaboration: Don’t Let Remote Work Stop Your Creative Collaboration 3 Ways You Can Lead Collaboration, Not Force It Effective Remote …

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On Identity, Learning, and the Fear of Change

On Identity, Learning, and the Fear of Change: What My Six-Year-Old Taught Me About Learning Culture Yesterday while I was watching my kids play outside, the older of my two girls got a little too rough with her younger sister. I addressed her behavior and asked her to change it, to which she bristled as …

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5 Ways Gamification Can Prevent Summer Brain

Studies have shown that students of all ages can lose up to three months worth of knowledge over the summer. This year, many students have started their summer early with little information about when school will be back to normal again. This extra time may leave you struggling to figure out what to do or …

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Transitioning to Online Learning

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many organizations have been moving their resources online in order to cope with these unprecedented times. Allsynx had already been utilizing an online learning base, but we have been taking even more new steps to accommodate for all kinds of learning. Providing a Variety of Materials Now this tip …

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5 Tips for Instructional Designers

If you’re new to instructional design, keep these five tips in mind as you work to develop your content. Check out our Content Library for more information!     https://vimeo.com/418920674/7236ba1997 allSTAFF

Joining a Virtual Class [a print out for your child]

Is your school-aged child having difficulty during a virtual classroom?  My nine year old has struggled with this over the past month or two to the point of tears and frustration.  I had her help me write up this flyer that she now has hanging above her desk to help her remember these tips during …

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Did you know that 1 + 1 = 10?

Did you know that 1 + 1 = 10? Impossible you say? Google it! Find yourself website with a simple explanation and read through it or watch a video on it. You’ll find out that it’s true. If you get the explanation, you understand why that is possible and two is not the correct answer in this case. Or is it? 🙂

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