How to write a branching elearning scenario – 2

It’s all about feeling in control, darling.

In the last post I described one way to write a branching scenario – working with the SME to let the story unroll itself, but referring back to the learning objectives as a reality check. The main advantage is that it fully involves and engages the SME; the main risk is that you get carried away and build more complexity than you really want.

The second method is almost the opposite. If that method was ‘bottom-up’ this is ‘top-down’.

How to use the top-down method

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