Scenarios and Storytelling


Teaching someone to discard their unfair gender biases is easier said than done. However, presenting real-life situations to the learner is an excellent way to do this. In this sample created in iseazy, a cloud-based authoring tool, I’ve used common real-life scenarios that the learner can easily identify with. This example will also show you how scenarios don’t have to be long-winding. Carefully chosen statements and pictures can be as powerful as lengthy scenarios.

man in brown long sleeved button up shirt standing while using gray laptop computer on brown wooden table beside woman in gray long sleeved shirt sitting

Find out the impact of simple scenarios


Storytelling is a very popular ID strategy, which can be used in almost any course to engage the learner and provide real-world context. I created a short ebook highlighting the importance of storytelling as an instructional design strategy. Please take a few moments to go through it, especially the little story that’s tucked into it.

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Read this ebook about the power of storytelling

Storyboard of a Story

Here is a storyboard snippet of an opening story for a course on ‘Operations Planning and Control’. It offers the real-world context on batch processing and stimulates the curiosity of the learner.

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