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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 ...
To green, or not too green?: The environmental impact of conflict management
All professional endeavors incur environmental cost, and conflict management - well-intentioned though it is in a general sense - is no exception to this rule. The field of conflict management, as well as the planet, stands ...
Education of non-students
(DRI Press, 2013)
Most people do not take negotiation courses -- yet they learn new things and change their attitudes and behavior all the time. So far, with some exceptions, the negotiation field has taken little advantage of informal ...
Game of negotiation: The "Deliberation Engine"
(DRI Press, 2013)
This chapter envisions a negotiation game which can promote learning, as well as fact-finding on any hot-button issue. The authors outline a particular form of online game, in variants separately designed to work with ...
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, ...
Teaching negotiation online -- Part 1: Challenges and opportunities
This article is the first segment of a two-part series discussing teaching negotiation online. As higher education increasingly incorporates technology in the classroom and embraced online learning, the question arises of ...