How to include storytelling in your e-learning content

We all know and share stories —  of our family, pets, work, travel, life experiences. We refer to myths, folklore, and characters from popular TV shows to explain things to ourselves and others. We naturally build internal narratives to help us make sense of the world. 

Storytelling is a fundamental part of being human, and it allows us to share information in a way that creates an emotional connection. For adult learning, this has profound implications as the role of learner’s experience and self-concept suggests that stories have an essential role in learning. 

Storytelling and e-learning

At first glance, the idea of introducing storytelling to e-learning might seem counterintuitive. After all, everyone keeps talking about the rise of micro learning and the need to keep e-learning courses short and to the point. 

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