How to create scenario-based learning directly in your LMS

Stories are not just a medium for entertainment. In fact, they serve a much bigger purpose: learning. Humans have always learned through storytelling, and it’s something that stands true today.

That’s because theoretical knowledge is necessary to understand a topic, but only by practice can you acquire a new skill. It’s like solving a puzzle, I might tell you how to solve it, but in the end, you’ll learn much faster and better if you actually do it yourself.

And it works for any kind of skill, from soft skills such as time management to hard skills such as coding and design. Especially if you design courses for adults, you know that they integrate their life experience in everything they do, and especially when they learn something new. They’re also much better at solving practical problems than teens and young adults.

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