24 March 2021 - 9:00 am
24 March 2021 - 10:00 am
Deciding to use simulation for learning is like learning to play the piano. Both instruments have a limited number of keys, but we have not yet come close to the boundaries of what can be created with them. And, like playing the piano, the skills involved range from those used when playing a simple tune like “Chopsticks” to those on display at international piano competitions.
This session will begin with a quick check-in about needs, interest, and estimates of current skill levels. Using this data, we will then navigate through a range of issues to be selected from
- Structural components and how they work together
- Sequencing – beginnings, middles and ends
- How to select for different goals/contexts/participants
- Where/when does the learning ‘happen’?
The goal will be to touch on each of these lightly – at least once – but the conversation may take us in many directions.
Participants are invited to come prepared with stories, objections, success/disaster narratives, questions and insights.
Please join us and Elyssebeth Leigh who will lead this session.