The 4 Cs to Designing Meaningful Scenarios, Part 3: Connections

One of the biggest mistakes made in scenario-writing is not providing the learner the opportunity to reflect on the choice that they made. Reflection is what makes learning stick.

If you read Part 1 and Part 2 to this series, here’s what you’ve done so far: (1) you have engineered meaningful choices that reflect the real decisions and temptations of the performance environment, and (2) you have helped the learner to feel the consequence of the choice they selected through playing out a realistic result in your course. What we’re talking about in this article is designing a way for them to truly understand why that consequence happened without letting them just immediately try again.

CONNECTIONS

Some best practices to consider as you design your learner’s “connection” time:

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