Move Beyond Boring: Developing Scenario-Based Learning that Engages Participants – by Christy Tucker
February 26, 20200 Comments
Workplace training can be dull and dry, leaving participants disengaged. If participants can’t immediately see the link between their training and their jobs, they will not be encouraged to implement new skills to their tasks or to complete training. ELearning can at times be overly focused on remembering content, not give chances to practice their skills to people. It also can emphasize behavioral participation (clicking), at the cost of effective engagement (values and emotions) or cognitive participation (effort and deep learning strategies).
In this session you will discover how scenarios can make your eLearning more intriguing and relevant. Learning can impact emotions keep them engaged and to create participant’s attention about the material. You draw them into the story right from the start and can use scenarios. You can use them to practice applicable skills that are decision-making in scenarios. You’ll explore branching scenarios — a common scenario strategy — as well as a range of options for incorporating scenarios and storytelling in eLearning, many of which can be employed with an assortment of development resources.
In this session, you will learn:
Why learning functions
Concerning the Selection of options for utilizing scenarios
Into eLearning, how to use scenarios to hook participants
How to design scenarios to increase emotional engagement
How to create scenarios to practice applicable decision-making
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