12. What’s Wrong With This Picture?

Here’s the What’s Wrong With This Picture? learning interaction from my eBook, Engaging Interactions For eLearning:

Description: Show a photo of a workspace relevant to the learner (ex. inside an auto shop, a dentist’s office, an assembly line, etc.). Explain that several items in the photo pose a safety risk or are just plain wrong for the setting. Have the learner identify safety hazards or potential problems in the workspace by clicking the area(s) of concern. Display a visual cue to indicate if they are correct or incorrect. You may also have the learner identify why an item is a risk. This interaction may allow for role-play, as well: "You are a safety inspector who must identify problem areas on a construction site."
Example: Consider this scenario:

As the manager of a restaurant, you must make sure the kitchen is as clean and organized as possible at all times. There are 10 potential problems in the photo of the kitchen below. Click on each potential problem and explain how it could negatively affect your employees, your customers, and your reputation.

Level(s) of Interaction: 2, 3
Knowledge Type(s): Factual
Conceptual
Procedural
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