For a full list of tools with notes on evaluation, see the Tool Resource List. The following tools are useful in building interactive scenarios for self-paced learning: Articulate Storyline H5P iSpring Twine (free) It is also possible to build scenarios in Microsoft PowerPoint, although the navigation functionality is less than ideal for users.

Guide to Scenario-Based Learning

Scenario-Based Learning (SBL) is a way of asking students to apply their knowledge – experiential or instructed – within the context of a simulated real-life situation. You may hear it referred to as Problem-Based or Case-Based Learning, and it is one way to create an authentic assessment. In this guide, we’ll cover the case forContinue reading “Guide to Scenario-Based Learning”