e-Learning activity - Components of a scenario
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|Scenario planning for educators|
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e-Learning activity summary
|Title:||Review of scenario examples to identify components and overview of approaches, plus personal opinion on scenario planning.|
Choose two of the resources below or find your own scenario examples:
|The purpose of this activity is to select two example scenarios from the stimulus list above to:
- Choose two of the suggested links above, and scan through the scenarios
- Can you identify the main components of a scenario in these examples, that is: the drivers of change, trends, rules of the game and uncertainties?
- Think about the approaches used to generate these scenarios.
- Complete the learning outcome blog post below.
Prepare a short blog reflection of about 300 words summarising your opinion of the methodology and what you plan to achieve from the Scenario Planning for Educators workshop:
Don't forget to add the SP4Ed label or tag to your post.