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Enhancing concept learning: The simulation design experience
(DRI Press, 2010)
Druckman and Ebner carefully review an overwhelming number of studies which conclude that simulations (in all fields, not just negotiation) typically fail to live up to their promise. One quirk of the studies, however, ...
Planning, not playing: Training through simulation design
New research into use of simulations for educational purposes shows that as beneficial as this method is for participants, people designing these simulations learn more than the role-players themselves. This chapter ...
Simulation: Learning through role playing and design
Games, claims, and new frames: Rethinking the use of simulation in negotiation education
Negotiation educators have long considered the use of role-play simulations an essential classroom teaching method, and have had high expectations regarding their suitability and efficacy for teaching.| In this article, ...
Simulation design for learning and assessment
(DRI Press, 2012)
In previous work in this series, Ebner and Druckman have analyzed the widely assumed (but surprisingly unproven) benefits of role-plays, and concluded that students learn more from designing role-plays than from playing ...