Effective e-learning design revolves around the successful use of the CCAF model of instructional interactivity—where interactions are made engaging through a use of meaningful context, compelling challenge, relevant activity, and content-rich feedback. Crafting a great interaction requires thorough integration and mastery of all these elements and how they transform learner engagement. But, it can be difficult to grasp the power of this model unless we break down the individual elements.
In this two-hour on-demand webinar, Ethan Edwards, Chief Instructional Strategist at Allen Interactions, will explore what it means to design a compelling challenge. Challenge can be built into an interaction following a number of strategies that are far more significant than simply making a question “difficult” or by simply creating obstacles. In fact, a good challenge should actually be an incentive to invest in the interaction rather than a deterrent.
From this kit, you will be able to:
discuss five powerful strategies to guide your design of an interaction’s challenge
explore how these strategies have been implemented in actual project work
have a live “design session” to show how these ideas might be implemented in a new design