It’s important to take a step back and think about the learner. Most learners are busy, not just at work but in their personal lives as well. Common sense tells us they don’t have much room in their brain to store information that is not directly relevant to their lives or jobs. When we ask them to take a training course, it needs to be engaging and easily connect key concepts to their everyday work. Unfortunately, training often becomes a one size fits all solution that does not take the unique needs of learners into account.
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(This article was published in the March, 2016 issue of Training Industry Magazine.)
Have you ever sat in front of an eLearning course that you spent 200-250 hours designing and developing and thought learners are going to love this course? They are going to love it so much, they will be motivated to take it. They are going to stick with it till the end and feel compelled to take it again as the Flow Theory suggests! If your answer is yes, then you have probably already incorporated a successful serious game strategy. If your answer is no then keep reading.
Training Magazine Network will be hosting a 1-hour long webinar, “The Anatomy of a Video-based Simulation.” The webinar is scheduled for May 17, 2018 from 12-1pm Eastern and will feature Dan Keckan, CEO of Cinecraft Productions and Ray Jimenez, Ph.D., Architect of TrainingMagNetwork.com and CLO of Vignettes Learning. They will be presenting the power of video-based simulations to change learner’s performance.
“I’m incredibly stoked to be presenting with the man that I began learning from when I was a neophyte in the L&D field. Today, the way I design learning strategies is due in part because of Ray. Our presentation will be the best of Ray and me describing the differences and similarities of scenarios and simulations and how to use video to effectively change behavior,” Dan stated.
In this session attendees will learn how combining video and eLearning can create effective simulations that upskill and change behaviors. Attendees will experience first-hand award-winning video-based simulations as well as poorly constructed simulations. Attendees will then break down the anatomy of the simulation, piece by piece.
Breaking down the simulation includes differentiating between first, second and third person point-of-view camera angles. Also, we will cover how to effectively involve SME’s in the storyboarding process to minimize revisions. Finally, we will identify tips and techniques that experts use when crafting decision points, learner answers and coaching feedback.
Please consider joining Dan and Ray by REGISTERING HERE.
Founded in 1939, Cinécraft Productions is the oldest commercial producers of corporate and industrial films in the US. Today Cinécraft is a top 10 content development company specializing in creating custom learning solutions.
Vignettes Learning company is an elearning and technology services company. Vignettes Learning assists clients implement learning content and technology solutions. Vignettes Learning operates the 120,000 member community www.trainingmagnetwork.com and helps clients in Scenario-based Learning, Story-based learning, Microlearning and Deep Dive Thinking for New Talent.
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