Scenario-Based Learning in a Virtual Classroom

Scenario-based learning, also known as problem-based learning, seeks to elevate the learner’s training outcomes from merely comprehension to analysis, synthesis, and application. Obtaining a real skill truly happens once the learner is able to use information to make decisions and correctly perform an objective.

It is important that instructional designers keep their scenarios as realistic as possible. The most well-written scenario will fall flat for learners if it involves walking through a situation that he or she will never encounter in the real world. Talking with subject matter experts to obtain examples of true situations in the workplace is one way to determine appropriate scenarios. Even more helpful is to interview the employees who are in the same job as learners, and discuss the problems they encounter on the job. Basing scenarios on real issues will help learners engage in training and, as a result, retain more information.


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