One of the easiest ways to help learners quickly learn correct vs. incorrect actions is by using dos and don’ts. Often when we think about dos and don’ts we think of a two-column list or table. That’s one way to do it, but there are also many other, more interactive options! These five examples created by the talented members of the E-Learning Heroes community offer fresh ways to present dos and don’ts to help learners make the right move.
Take a look:
- This animated twist on a traditional dos and donts list by Angie Serratos makes it super easy for learners to flip back and forth from incorrect to correct action.
- Make a long list of dos and don’ts easier to digest by separating them into different categories like Kimberly Fields does in this example on designing for learners with low vision.
- Turn your dos and don’ts list into an interactive drag-and-drop to challenge learners like Kristi Olivia does in this email encryption example.
- This restaurant-themed example by Daniel Sweigert shows how using characters can bring a dos and don’ts list to life.
- This dos and don’ts mini-quiz by Aman Vohra lets learners choose what they think is the correct or incorrect action and gives them instant feedback.
To do or not to do, that is the question! We hope you’ll choose “do” and submit your own dos and don’ts project to the E-Learning Challenge. Craving more course design inspo? Go visit the Building Better Courses forum for creative e-learning ideas, helpful tips, and stimulating convo. See you there.