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Simulations and Role Playing (S&RP) II Track Summary

  • Thomas C. Ellington (a1), Michael Grillo (a2) and Carolyn Shaw (a3)


Participants in this track were delighted to see a number of common themes develop during our presentations and discussions throughout the conference. Participants included faculty and graduate students from a variety of subfields who design creative exercises to actively engage their students in learning. With the wide range of simulations that already exist and the growing body of literature addressing the design of new simulations, faculty have significant resources at their disposal to incorporate simulations into their courses. Simulations are so readily adaptable they can accommodate almost any course content or learning objective.



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