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2011 APSA Teaching and Learning Conference Track Summaries: Track: Simulations and Role Play I: American Politics and Institutions

  • Chris Stangl (a1), Henrik M. Schatzinger (a2), Christopher J. Schaefer (a3) and Ryan Emenaker (a4)

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The Simulations and Role Play I track conducted a series of engaged discussions regarding what a successful simulation requires and what aspects are customizable, given the wide variety of contexts in which a simulation may be used. Recognizing the presence of significant variance in available time, institutional support (both financial and technical), student demographics, and class size, the track concluded that any successful simulation must include several core components, which can be presented in a variety of ways. Chief among these components are a balance between providing necessary structure and allowing room for engaged student creativity and the need for thorough, reflective debriefing.

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2011 APSA Teaching and Learning Conference Track Summaries: Track: Simulations and Role Play I: American Politics and Institutions

  • Chris Stangl (a1), Henrik M. Schatzinger (a2), Christopher J. Schaefer (a3) and Ryan Emenaker (a4)

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