Simulations offer a fun and effective way to enable students to learn by doing. By using computer-based simulations, we can vastly broaden the range of things students can learn by doing. The teaching architecture which results is Simulation-Based Learning By Doing. The opportunity this architecture promises is to convert the learning of every possible skill into learning by doing. When it's not feasible to create real-life situations in which learners can engage in the tasks they want to learn, and be coached while they work, simulations must be created that effectively mimic those situations so well that they prepare the student for them without actually having to be in them.
Different Simulators for Different Skills
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