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Ken Spero is a Senior Strategist with The Regis Company, and who helped design and launch the Immersive Learning University (ILU). Ken has been thought leading, teaching, promoting and supporting Scenario-based eLearning (aka Immersive Learning) for almost 25 years. His experience and understanding of the subject is awesome and you need to listen to the podcast a couple of times at least. In this episode recorded on SKYPE with Ken in Philadelphia USA with me (Allan) in Adelaide South Australia.I asked Ken the question, “What are the benefits of Scenario-Based Learning” and in this podcast episode he unpacks seven benefits
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