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  • 1. SOAR Scenario Development Sharon Gander: performancepi.gander@gmail.com In preparation for writing a scenario activity or building scenario-based assessment questions, define the elements that are important to one or more related situations. Providing several related scenarios will help you choose the elements that are most valuable to you. Scenario Elements Description Scenario 1 Description Scenario 2 Situation Obstacle(s) Actions Results Write a short scenario using one or two sentences to set up the situation and obstacles. Describe the desired action required in order to get the expected results.
  • 2. SOAR Scenario Development Sharon Gander: performancepi.gander@gmail.com In preparation for writing a scenario activity or building scenario-based assessment questions, define the elements that are important to one or more related situations. Providing several related scenarios will help you choose the elements that are most valuable to you. Example Scenario Elements Description Scenario 1 Description Scenario 2 Situation SME’s knowledge of Adult learning theory is limited to Knowles that says that adults need:  To know the reason for learning something  Experience (including error) as a foundation to learning SME’s knowledge of Adult learning theory is limited to Knowles that says that adults need:  To be responsible and involved  Seek relevance in their learning Obstacle(s)  E-learning seldom explains why the learning is doing the activity  SME’s focus on terminology rather than experience  E-learning assume that the learner will make the content relevant to their work  E-learning often prevents learners from taking responsibility for their learning Actions SMEs must write introductions to step- by-step learning such that the introductions motivate their adult learners SME’s must write step-by-step instructions that include relevance and responsibility Results Brief introductions guide learners into the content more quickly SME’s create action-orient learning that demonstrates relevance and responsibility Write a short scenario using one or two sentences to set up the situation and obstacles. As the content expert in healthcare and you are working on an e-learning project, you are asked to write a brief introduction to module on transporting fluids. Your first task is to create a purpose for learners to work through this module. The introduction you write is: Manny works as a Phlebotomist collecting specimens in a large hospital. You are visiting the Phlebotomy lab today to shadow Manny as he collects fluids. Describe the desired action required in order to get the expected results. A nurse stops Manny in the hall to give him a tube of CSF. Which of the following steps would expect Manny to take in order to protect CSF?

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