Project Goal: The faculty used a complex exercise to teach the types of decision-making in a psychology course. It involved watching a long movie and then several paper-based exercises. It was a dry time-consuming process. Our goal was to convert some of the materials into more engaging exercises where the same concepts could be grasped in an interesting and timely manner.
Method: In the exercise pictured here I took the scenarios that were usually just read through and created short videos. After each video, there were questions that led the student down a short path toward identifying the type of decision-making being shown in the video. The feedback offered additional insight.
Result: Students engaged with the exercise more thoroughly and more often. (It was an optional exercise)