OLDS MOOC W2D3 Scenario-based Design – not for me just now

I tried completing the Scenario-based Design template  provided on the OLDS MOOC course but after an hour I gave up.

Maybe this sort of thing is best completed in a group (working synchronously). I don;t mind thinking about the prompts supplied in the template but in writing things down I found myself waffling.

Also, I do not want to design a course as such, I am looking for a mechanism or tool or checklist to facilitate online learning and support tutors who will be doing the design and delivery.  I tried to complete the template as though this process involved the same considerations as an online course (it might) but anticipating other peoples’ actions and needs proved too difficult.  I could do it but doubted whether I was producing anything worthwhile as I was making it all up.

There’s too much else to do on this MOOC and I’m already behind so am moving on.  I now know about Scenario-based Design. Will I use it with tutors? Not sure. It seems it may be time consuming but I’ll keep an open mind.

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