Go Beyond Boring: Creating Scenario-Based Learning that Engages Participants – by Christy Tucker
February 26, 20200 Comments
Workplace training could be dry and dull, leaving participants disengaged. If participants can not immediately see the link between their tasks and their instruction, they won’t be motivated to finish instruction or to implement new skills to their tasks. ELearning can occasionally be too focused on just remembering content, not give chances to practice their skills to people. Additionally, it can highlight behavioral engagement (clicking), at the expense of effective engagement (values and emotions) or cognitive engagement (effort and profound learning strategies).
In this session you’ll discover how scenarios can make your eLearning relevant and interesting to your audience. Scenario-based learning may affect emotions to make participants care about the content and keep them engaged. You can use scenarios and draw them into the story right from the start. It is also possible to use them to practice skills that are applicable in scenarios. You will explore for incorporating storytelling and scenarios in eLearning, many of which may be employed with a variety of developments 39, , branching scenarios — a more situation strategy — as well as a range of options.
You will learn:
Why scenario-based learning works
About the range of options in learning, for utilizing scenarios
The Way to use scenarios to eLearning
The Way to design engagement to increase
To create scenarios to practice applicable decision-making
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