Simulations are models or representations of the real world implications
Educational simulations involve defined learning objectives
Simulations involve what-if scenarios and can be virtual or interactive
Simulations can have potential outcomes
Simulations require practice, role play and critical thinking
Simulations can create team building, cooperation, creativity and decision making skills
Interactive and visual representations of topics
Interactive activities in which students explore and visualize harder concepts
Students see the importance of learning topics and how it affects real life
Eric wants to go to learn self defense so he goes to a gym. He meets Master Lee who explains the basics to him but tells him in order to learn he must practice real life scenarios.
Eric first gets given a real life scenario in which he must fight his Master and interact with him directly. Eric must explore and create moves on his own.
Eric is then given a harder scenario in which he is getting attacked. The teacher assesses his critical thinking skills and how he react to the situation to see if he learned the instruction.
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