Go Beyond Boring: Developing Scenario-Based Learning that Engages Participants – by Christy Tucker
February 26, 20200 Comments
Workplace training could be dry and boring, leaving participants disengaged. If participants can’t immediately see the connection between their instruction and their jobs, they won’t be prompted to apply new skills or to complete the instruction. ELearning can at times be too focused on simply remembering content, not give chances to practice their new abilities to people. It also can emphasize behavioral participation (clicking), at the expense of effective engagement (emotions and values) or cognitive participation (effort and deep learning approaches).
In this session you will discover how scenarios can make your eLearning more intriguing and relevant to your audience. Scenario-based learning may impact emotions to create participant’s attention about the material and keep them engaged. Situations can be used by you to hook people and draw them into the story right. It is also possible to use them to practice skills that are decision-making that are applicable in scenarios. You’ll explore for integrating storytelling and scenarios in eLearning, a number of which may be used with an assortment of developments 39, , branching scenarios — a more frequent scenario strategy — as well as a range of different options.
In this session, you will find out:
Why learning works
Concerning the range of options in learning for utilizing scenarios
The Way to use scenarios to hook participants into eLearning
The Way to design engagement to increase
The Way to create scenarios to practice decision-making that is applicable
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