14. Teach-back (a.k.a. Train the New Person)

Here’s the Teach-back (a.k.a. Train the New Person) learning interaction from my eBook, Engaging Interactions For eLearning:

Description: Put the learner in a scenario where they must prepare training for a new member of their team. Have them assemble and organize content by relevance and based on what they have already learned in the course.

For example, provide 20 phrases or pieces of information where only 8 of the pieces are correct. Instruct the learner to select which information they would use to train the new person on their team.

Example: Consider this scenario:

Your boss has given you the opportunity to grow your sales team to improve the bottom line. How would you train the newest sales associate to help your team achieve this goal? Select the content that is most important.

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