Designing Scenarios to Engage Students

When and Where

May 11 2017 12:30-01:30PM | Webinar

Session Information

Navigating through self-guided scenarios can help to effectively engage students in visualizing mental images of concepts and how to accomplish specific tasks. Learn how to write dynamic, branching, and entertaining scenarios that emphasize thinking critically about course content.

Presenter(s)

Brian Lauffer, Benson Njoroge

Brian Lauffer

Instructional Designer
iDesign
WVU Teaching & Learning Commons

Brian L. Lauffer, M.A. has been working in the Instructional Design field since 2005 and has designed courses for both face-to-face and online delivery methods. Before joining the iDesign team in late 2011, Brian was an adjunct with Fairmont State University’s Graphics Technology program for several semesters. At WVU, he led the development of homeland security and emergency planning for individuals with access and functional needs courses for government agencies such as FEMA. In addition to credit courses, Brian currently focuses on designing non-credit Administration and Finance training.

Benson Njoroge

Instructional Designer
iDesign
WVU Teaching & Learning Commons

Benson Njoroge is an instructional designer with a Master’s degree in Technology Education (WVU). He is currently pursuing his doctorate in Instructional Design and Technology at WVU. His area of research is social media.