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If you are beginning a simulation program, many of your participants, instructors, and support staff will be unfamiliar with simulation. Always abide by the KISS (keep it simple simple!) principle....
In contrast to traditional teaching environments where the teacher controls the learning, serious games & virtual simulations present a learner-centered approach to education. Simulations, both...
One of the most important areas in building a simulation is to start small and focused, and then make small, progressive changes. Keep it simple simple (KISS)! One area that simulation educators...
Adding a structured reflection immediately after an OSCE can provide information about crucial cognitive and subjective processes that affect student performance behaviours. Adding a structured...
When developing OSCEs for assessing “soft skills”, it's been useful to employ an iterative process involving numerous cycles. When developing OSCEs for assessing “soft skills”, it has been useful to...
Research is a team sport. Like for any other sport; roles, responsibilities, expectations and credits of each player should be discussed and clarified right from the beginning of the game. Research...
An inquiry alone, when posed in a genuinely curious and friendly manner, can be the debriefer’s go-to maneuver when the perfect A-I molecule eludes them. I love the advocacy-inquiry (A-I) method of...

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