I recently had the pleasure of recording an interview for Kristin Anthony’s Dear Instructional Designer
Last week I gave a webinar through UCI on transitioning from teaching to instructional design.
When you think of branching scenarios, do you think of self-paced elearning, maybe of an entire course with nothing but a complex branching scenario? While a lengthy branching scenario can be effective on its own, that isn’t the only way to use this approach. Combining branching scenarios with other training approaches lets you use branching scenarios for the activities where they matter most, while using other methods where they are effective.
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When should you use a branching scenario rather than other learning strategies? There are no
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What would you like to learn about writing, designing, and building scenarios for learning? Answer this one-question survey to share your questions with me. Your questions will help me plan topics for future posts and resources.
Everyone manages their time a little differently, but I’ve been asked several times what a typical day or week looks like. I’m an independent consultant, so my schedule is different from people who work full time for a single company. I work from home and have a pretty flexible schedule. It’s hard to say what a single day is, but here’s my basic weekly pattern.
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Should we create courses? Some argue that while people do need to learn, they can do it all on the job with performance support and coaching. I argue that formal training sometimes is the best, most efficient choice.