- Learning content delivery is probably the most recognizable of educational methods. This method is based on direct delivery of learning content.
- For instance, these very lines of this very lectio of this very session that you are reading or listening right now are examples of narrated instruction.
- Reading or listening would represent storytelling. Storytelling is based on telling stories related to the subject of learning. These very lines are a written form of a story.
- Lecturing is another form of narrated instruction. Lecturing usually occur in a more formal setting and may be accompanied with some visual presentation.
- Demonstrating may or may not include narrated instruction, but is a type of learning content delivery as well. Many "how-to" videos on YouTube, for instance, represent demonstrating.
- Job shadowing is an example of the learning content delivery that is specific to the onboarding. During the shadowing, a current employee (a) demonstrates the routine behavior in the workplace to a newly-hired or employment candidate, (b) provides his or her first-hand explanation of that behavior, and (c) answers questions related to that demonstration. The shadowing aims to provide the learner or learners with sufficient insight of the work.
- CNM Cert, Page, and Wiki are primary, but not the only, tools for the content delivery within CNM Cyber.
- Learning content delivery, demonstrating, job shadowing, narrated instruction, lecturing, storytelling
- The answer is recorded for the lectio completion purpose: