A better way to create a custom PDF of lesson variables from captivate | eLearning
My response to three common objections to using stories for learning: “Not everyone can be a storyteller,” “Stories are a waste of learners’ time,” and “Stories don’t work for all kinds of training.”
One of the common objections I hear to using storytelling in training is that “stories don’t work for all kinds of training.” Those who are skeptical of storytelling often claim it doesn’t help software training. However, I think stories can have a place in some software training.
Great science fiction stories have a compelling villain that allows the heroes to be heroic. Does the same apply to storytelling for learning? Should we personify the conflict by using a villain?
Links on gender equity in elearning, tips for engaging learners, and a one-sentence work-from-home policy
Scenario based training headquarters: Cathy Moore Cathy Moore’s collected resources on scenario-based learning tags:scenarios e-learning
One of the most common mistakes I see in scenario-based learning is using feedback to tell learners what was right or wrong instead of showing them.
How Do You Show Conversations in E-Learning? Samples of different styles for conversations (comic book,
In response to my post on Name Generators for Learning Scenarios, someone asked, “Does it
Last month, I earned my badge for Instructional Design: Goal- or Problem-Based Scenarios [ID(GPS+)] from