The Time Traveler’s Journey: Re-Living Historical Events Through Immersive Scenarios – Part 2

This article is a continuing exploration of immersive scenario learning. Part I was published as a Pulse Article in LinkedIn in Oct. 2016. In Part II, we look at a specific historical scenario called the Manhattan Project and how it might be designed into a course. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

From Storytelling To Scenario Writing: A Mindful Approach…

Real-life scenarios are one of the most sought-after aspects of the learning industry today. However, due to lack of conscientious details, we apparently lose the purpose of a scenario in a course. Do we need taps or control points while we 'go gaga' over the real-life examples? Let's discuss... This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

7 Examples On Scenario-Based Learning For Formal And Informal Learning

Scenario-based learning is used extensively as a learner strategy in online learning. In this article, I will show you how you can use scenario-based learning through 5 examples for both formal and informal learning. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

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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