The Challenges of Developing Effective Branching Scenarios

Read a manual about flying airplanes in storms. Fly airplane in the storm. Decide on the best actions to get safely back on land. Land safely.

An unlikely series of events, right?

Because who would actually fly with a pilot whose entire training has been based on reading a manual? No, the pilot would need to have practiced their ability to make difficult choices in a stressful situation, before we let them into that stressful situation.

So, how does one get involved in decision-making, and learn from their mistakes, without experiencing any of the real-world consequences of those mistakes? Well, it’s not as tricky as you think.

You see, scenario-based learning has been around for some time, and we’re not just talking role-plays. Branching scenarios have introduced a whole new world of related choices and assumptions that emulate realistic situations. Situations experienced in most jobs and workplaces.

Read the full story by


2018 Learning Technology Trends by the Industry’s Top Analysts How to Train Your Sales Team Toward Success Using an LMS
We are updating our Privacy Policy, so please make sure you take a minute to review it. As of May 25, 2018 your continued use of our services will be subject to this new Privacy Policy.
Review Privacy Policy OK