Mark Parry recently interviewed me for his podcast about branching scenarios, including how feedback is used to help learners in scenarios.
Should you use time as scenario feedback? Maybe, in some specific learning scenarios. Timers can create more problems than they solve.
Why should you enroll in Build Your Branching Scenario? Read participant comments and learn about opportunities for practice and feedback.
I’m making a number of course updates to my Build Your Branching Scenario course for the new cohort starting 9/13.
My first impressions of Twine 2.4.1, a major user interface change with some new features and improvements.
You can do live training with branching scenarios using full group discussions, polls, small groups, or assignments.
DEI training is hard to do effectively. Creating branching scenarios for DEI training poses some challenges, but also potential solutions.
Should we personify the conflict in a learning story by using a villain to let the hero be heroic? Maybe, but it’s not always clear cut.
You can build Twine chatbots quickly using the Trialogue story format. Using CSS, you can improve the appearance.
The iSpring Dialog Simulation tool, TalkMaster, is a solid choice for building branching scenario conversations quickly.