A Simple Model for Adding Simulations to Your Courses

model for adding simulations in teaching
One of the goals of professional programs is to develop students’ critical thinking and problem-solving abilities, however it’s not always easy to create authentic exercises that enable students to practice the kinds of critical thinking skills required by their profession and then demonstrate competency. This is particularly true for those of us teaching online. In this article, we describe a viable, no-cost, and low-tech approach to meeting this instructional challenge.

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