scenario based learning

The Scenario-based Learning Series: #2 When to use Scenario-based Learning?

In our last post, we defined Scenario-based Learning (SBL) and discussed its key components. Now, we are all set to explore various learning situations where SBL can be useful and see how. Isn’t Scenario-based Learning applicable to all types of learning situations? Yes, but the approach differs based on the tasks. From the learning design …

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The Scenario-based Learning Series: #1 What is Scenario-based Learning?

My Dad was a remarkable story-teller. Whenever I stumbled upon a problem and looked up to my Dad for a suggestion, he would promptly mold his thoughts in the form of an appropriate story. Not only would the characters in his stories feel relatable to me, but his message would also be much apparent. He …

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The Painstaking Art of Developing Successful Learning

Creating eLearning is nothing less than making a Swiss Watch. While the learner experiences a good curriculum design with intuitive and real-life scenarios, just like the owner of the watch who just sees the hands tick and the calendar move, only an instructional designer/ watch-maker understands what it takes to run it flawlessly. There are …

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Learning Objectives, Dynamic Programming and a Cup of Coffee

Learning Objectives are just like a ladder. They bridge the gap between the learners’ existing skill sets and what’s expected of them, step-by-step. They also help define the course of the learning, strategize the dissipation of content, align the learning plan to the overall learning outcome expected from the learner. Today we will discuss some …

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Learning Methodologies 101: ADDIE vs AGILE vs SAM

Learning methodologies work as a blueprint for Instructional Systems Design (ISD). They help in developing seamless instructional experiences that make sure efficient transmission of knowledge and skills. Over the years the three most effective methodologies in ISD have been: ADDIE (Analyze, Design, Development, Implement, Evaluate) AGILE SAM (Successive Approximation Model) In this article we will: …

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