Getting the learner engaged while watching video
I'm working with a client that has a set of videos of therapist/client interactions, case studies essentially. I'm breaking up these role-modeling videos and putting them in Storyline online learning modules. I'm trying to come up with clever ways to get the learner to be engaged while watching instead of just passivily watching. So far I have these conventions:
1) "look for" where I give the learner something to look for while watching
2) "what did you see?" here I ask them to identify some of the things they saw (or didn't see).
3) "what would you do?" where I pause the video and ask the learner to give the next step
I have LOTS of these videos, and I'm getting bored with just these three conventions. Anyone have a brainstorm?