I’ve created dozens of courses during my career. These two projects stick out as some of the best and worst ID projects I’ve done.
Rance Greene’s new book, Instructional Story Design: Develop Stories that Train, provides a systematic process for creating stories for training.
In this post, I share a guide on becoming an instructional designer, storytelling research, and a tool for creating citations easily.
A prospective client called asking to convert some training to online. This is our (fictionalized) conversation about using a scenario-based approach to the course.
The Backfire Effect is NOT Prevalent: Good News for Debunkers, Humans, and Learning Professionals! –
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.”
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?
Cutout People – Free Free cutout characters in a few poses for use in elearning
Storytelling as an Instructional Method: Definitions and Research Questions Descriptions, example, and research questions for