Most scenario based e-learning courses provide plain feedback in the form of ‘yes, you are correct’ or ‘sorry, you are incorrect’. Just telling learners whether they are correct or incorrect is like passing judgment. Though they get to know whether they are right or wrong, they remain clueless of the reasons. This type of feedback does not encourage learners to explore and learn from the consequences of their decisions
On the other hand, explaining why the learner is correct or incorrect reinforces learning and completes learning. So, the best practice is to describe the consequences of their choices to the learners. To know more about the steps to describe the results, please check out the infographic below.