Sunday, June 23, 2013

11 Ways to Making HR Compliance Engaging - Live Demo - Tip #21


How does the traditional and lengthy PowerPoint slideshow lesson compare to the Story-Based eLearning Design shown here?

http://storypikes.com/rayjimenez//wks/HR%20Discrimination%2001%20output/story.html

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11 Ways to Making HR Compliance Engaging - Live Demo

1. Turn learning objectives into story-based design


Help learners focus on the impacts to show them the value of the lesson.
Make the objectives less intrusive to the learners.
2. Start with the learners' concerns The lesson primarily focuses on the participants' concerns rather than the subject matter expert's concerns. Avoid the legalese language. Make the tone more real to the learners.3. Start with an emotional real-life event
The stories "Compliment", "The Star", "The Secret" and others help to instantly bring learners into the context of the lesson. 4. Ask learners to reflect
In the lessons, allow the learners to reflect. Reflection helps learners translate the meaning of the legal requirements in their lives.5. Use story questions
Provoke learners by asking them to respond to questions throughout the lessons. The questions are triggers for self-learning.

Ray Jimenez, PhD
Vignettes Learning
"Helping Learners Learn Their Way"http://storytakes.com/output/4585/1327/index.html


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