4 Examples Of Using Scenarios To Create Context For Learning

Using scenarios to create context for learning is an effective strategy that can be used in blended as well as eLearning design. Relevant context makes learning meaningful and enjoyable. In this article, I share a few examples of scenarios which created context for learning.

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3 Reasons Why You Need To Use Scenario-Based Learning For Sales Training

How can organizations ensure their sales reps have fruitful interactions with customers and prospects? How can eLearning help in this area? Read this article to know to how scenario-based eLearning can help sales reps practice and perfect their people-skills.

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The Layers Of Context To Consider When Creating Story-Based Learning Content

Learning cannot take place in a vacuum, and connections should be created between the learning environment and the real world. Where would you start if you wish to create context-rich content? Let’s look on how we can easily structure learning within a story, through the layers of context.

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The Branching Scenario Method: Linear Vs. Non-Linear Branching Scenarios

The standard teaching method for how to use a computer is to give the user a set piece of information and have them read it over and over again until they can accurately remember it. Let us have a look at a better method; branching scenarios.

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The 3 Cs Of Branching Scenarios

Challenge, Choices, Consequences. We often communicate with our customers about all sorts of topics, but recently one question cropped up more than most: “How can I plan and design better branching scenarios?”. Here is how to use the 3 Cs of branching scenarios method.

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Defining Learning Outcomes To Reinforce Scenario-Based Learning

Using scenario-based learning assists in making learning more interactive by situating learners in a realistic learning environment. Here is some instruction on how to use this type of learning to define learning outcomes and achieve desired business goals.

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