8 Steps to Improved Interactions

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8 Steps to Improved Interactions

  1. 1. Eight Steps toImproved Interactions
  2. 2. What makes a good interaction?
  3. 3. Good Interactions actively engage the mind require attention and effort enhance learner control are goal-focused are memorable and meaningful
  4. 4. The ChallengeToo often interactions are built to optimize scoring rather than thinking. Most tools are built with this slant.
  5. 5. Starting PointSchreiner’s Iris Gardens, the largest commercialgrower of iris in the world, hires seasonal workersto answer the phones. They need to know asurprisingly specific vocabulary used to describeiris flowers when talking to customers. Imagine aproject to build an e-learning solution.
  6. 6. Starting Point
  7. 7. Starting Point
  8. 8. A way to start…
  9. 9. Step 1: Make the learner seekinformation as needed.
  10. 10. Step 2: Make it graphic. Eliminatewords in the interaction.
  11. 11. Step 3: Require careful attention todetails
  12. 12. Step 4: Add Context
  13. 13. Step 5: Diversify examples; reviewintelligently
  14. 14. Step 6: Hold learners accountable
  15. 15. Step 7: Create multi-step tasks; testitems simultaneously
  16. 16. Step 8: Build constructed responses
  17. 17. Training for safe rail crossings for truck drivers:
  18. 18. When approaching a rail crossing, whichis NOT one of the six steps in safe railcrossings?a. Slow downb. Roll down windowsc. Look both waysd. Obey controls and signagee. Turn on headlights
  19. 19. Drag each sign to its meaning. Crossing to Rail crossing left Stop at track Tracks ahead
  20. 20. 8 Steps to improved interactions Make the learner seek information as needed. Make it graphic. Eliminate words in the interaction. Require careful attention to details Add Context Diversify examples; review intelligently Hold learners accountable Create multi-step tasks; test items simultaneously Build constructed responses
  21. 21. Other Examples
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  25. 25. 8 Steps to improved interactions Make the learner seek information as needed. Make it graphic. Eliminate words in the interaction. Require careful attention to details Add Context Diversify examples; review intelligently Hold learners accountable Create multi-step tasks; test items simultaneously Build constructed responses
  26. 26. Stop by ZebraZapps booth to get copy of White Paper about improving challenges in e-Learning.

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