Closing the North Loop Trail

wildernessthumbnailHere is a guided research activity. This approach is effective when you wish to teach higher-level decision skills. It starts with the decision that needs to be made. If learners understand the implications, they can make the decision right away. If the decision is the correct one, learners may move to the next micro-scenario and face a new problem that is more complex or explores another aspect of the subject-matter.

If learners make the wrong decision or if they are not sure they understand the implications, learners can choose to review and explore supporting materials to help them make their decision.

About this example

Audience: Moderately experienced computer users.

Purpose: In this example, learners are wilderness managers at a variety of levels—at a desk or in the field. They are being asked to apply a management strategy called “minimum requirements” to the problem outlined in this micro-scenario.

Context: This is part of a knowledge-driven course where learner dive into learn materials only when they demonstrate they do not fully understand an aspect of the course.

Instructions: Click the tabs to move through the Background, Policy, References, etc.

This example was initially built in PowerPoint 2003 and converted to Flash. It has recently been re-converted to HTML5 using iSpring Solutions Suite.

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