Hoping for assistance from all you creative folks...
Hello e-learning Heroes!!
I am working on an online tutorial on Mutual Respect. Am hoping you might help me out with some creative ideas on how to present scenarios, without getting into the potentially tricky situation of singling out any particular situation. It's a delicate topic in our org. I have to navigate this carefully.
Am considering positioning the learner as a "coach" to a virtual team, where the odd team member and/or leader on the virtual team act out specific aspects relating to Mutual Respect. Have limited budget, am considering using stills and speech bubbles...that sort of thing. The point in the scenarios is to get the learner thinking of their own behaviors as they work thru the virtual scenarios, but I am trying to stay away from the learner being right in the situation. Want to keep the learner outside of the scenario but still thinking about it.
Would be ever so grateful for some creative input. Have limited budget and not quite sure if using still images of people is the way to go. What about using caricatures, or cartoons of people? Too light of an approach? Am hoping to avoid "telling", would prefer that the learner reflects and makes a decision.