The Power of Scenario-Based Learning (SBL)

What is Scenario-Based Learning?
Ruth Colvin Clark cites a study of two-year level electronics apprentices accelerating their technical knowledge to a ten-year expert level over a period of 25 hours of carefully-structured scenario-based learning interactions


If the definition of learning is to facilitate permanent changes to the long-term memory of the learner, then SBL is a powerful tool for achieving this. The following Slideshare provides insight into the practicalities of setting up SBL interactions.

scenario based learning from Lifelong Learning

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