On the one hand, you want participants to boost their knowledge level with an online learning journey. On the other hand, you also want the knowledge to be applied in practice. It is then important to make use of practical situations and of reflection. In order to do this, you need to be familiar with the daily practice of your participants. Present a specific situation and ask them to answer through an open question or add a multiple-choice question without a correct/incorrect answer.
Do you want to do even more with reflection type content? Then use hand-in assignments. You can, for example, prepare a format in Word including questions about the practical assignments. Ask your participant to experiment with new behaviour in practice and use the format to let them write a report on their experiences. They can upload this format and you can make it visible to only the instructor, or also to the other participants. If you give the other participants the assignment to review the input of others and to give feedback, then you have immediately formulated a good social assignment.
You can even go one step further and ask participants to record a video with a report of their experiences. You can do this by using the video hand-in assignment. This functionality offers various ways to use online learning and blended learning effectively. Have the participants record a video by using the camera on their telephone or laptop. This video can only be viewed by the instructor or by other participants. This gives your participants a personal assignment that really stimulates the brain.