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Scenario-based e-Learning: Evidence-Based Guidelines for Online Workforce Learning by Ruth Colvin Clark

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CHAPTER 3

DESIGN OF SCENARIO-BASED e-LEARNING

By this point you may have identified one or more good candidates for a scenario-based e-learning lesson or course. All good training begins with a blueprint and in this chapter I overview a design model to guide your planning. I will introduce six elements that make up the core of a scenario-based e-learning lesson. In chapters to follow I will define each of these elements in more detail.

OVERVIEW OF A SCENARIO-BASED e-LEARNING DESIGN MODEL

The scenario-based e-learning design model illustrated in Figure 3.1 specifies each of the following core components: task deliverable, trigger event, case data, guidance/instruction, feedback, and reflection. While some components, such as the task deliverable, ...

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