Kicking off the 2nd season of the Redefine Instruction podcast, I had a great conversation about storytelling for L&D.
Step-by-step directions for setting scores and conditional feedback based on choices made in a Twine scenario
Scenario-based learning and storytelling can be used a number of ways in higher ed, such as authentic assessment or student-created stories.
My reflections on 10 years of consulting in elearning: the ups, the downs, and what I’ve learned about working independently.
In this presentation, I explain the why and how of scenario-based learning, including ideas on how to use and write scenarios effectively.
These are my top 10 tools for learning, both professionally creating learning for others and personally for my own learning.
Curated links on instructional design research and principles, productivity, tools, an elearning example, and scenario-based learning.
When would you use Twine, Storyline, Rise, or other tools for building branching scenarios? It depends on the project and goals.
When learners make mistakes in a branching scenario, do you restart the scenario from the beginning, or just go back partway?
Creative Solutions with Twine: Design, Streamline, and Refine Branching Scenarios. Watch the recording of my presentation.