Storytelling Series: An Instructional Strategy for Hundreds of Years

Using stories to deliver compliance training, ethics training, and code of conduct training is not new. In fact, people have been doing it for hundreds of years.

The previous blog in this series talked about how using storytelling in your design produces instruction that is sticky. That’s because the story framework itself is a memory device. It creates a construct that makes it easy for leaners to recall or remember what they learned.

Not only can you use storytelling as a training tactic, but you can also use it as an instructional strategy. In learning and development, storytelling opens the door to different categories of training the same way that fiction opens the door to different genres in literature.

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