How to Easily Create Compelling E-Learning Scenarios

Branching scenarios are a highly effective way to help learners practice new skills. A branching scenario takes the principle of “learning by doing” and puts it to work in an e-learning setting, giving learners choices and providing them with feedback and results along the way.

The greatest thing about branching scenarios is that learners can get individualized feedback on their choices and performance—even if they don’t have one-on-one access to an instructor or teacher. In a well-designed branching scenario, they see how their new skills should work in the real world. And they can get specific, helpful feedback on the decisions they make during the course.

The best part is: branching scenarios are effective, and easy to design and build, once you get the hang of a few key concepts. Set aside some time to check out these tutorials and examples to get started.



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