We are using several design approaches to craft Scenario Based Learning. These could range from simple images and animations to videos and Interactive Videos and build up real-life situations

Who Choose Us?

If you want productive and effective learning with real-life experience and more interactive sections then it’s for you.

Our design

Scenario-based learning is going to be delivered in face-to-face mode. We use Photographs, audio, video, and animations as resources. If we are using an online scenario, we will provide additional supporting activities such as discussion forums.

Learning outcomes

It is important to define what you want students to learn after completing the scenario and then work backward from the learning goals to design the setting that will lead to this learning.

Classic topics

We consider critical incidents and challenging situations that have occurred in your subject area to make classic topics

Peer review

We ensure that it flows as you anticipate and delivers the results you desire.

What is scenario-based learning?

Scenario-based learning uses interactive scenarios to supplement active learning methodologies like problem-based or case-based learning. It generally entails pupils working their way through a tale, which is frequently based on an ill-structured or complicated problem that they must solve. Students must use their academic knowledge, as well as critical thinking and problem-solving abilities, in a safe, real-world setting. Scenario-based learning is frequently non-linear and can give students various feedback opportunities based on the decisions they make at each level of the process.

When we use Scenario-based learning?

Scenario-based learning can be utilized in a variety of circumstances, but it is most successful when used to imitate real-world practice, giving chances that students will not be able to experience inside the limits of a course. Scenarios-based learning may be utilized in both formative and summative assessments.

Why we?

  • Outcomes-based skills development.
  • To provide real-world experience
  • To give some relevant knowledge
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