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Title: The Art and Science of Teaching Through Simulation  Teri_Williams

Presenter: Teri Williams, Ph.D., Assistant Professor/Lead Faculty, College Student Affairs Program & Tim Scala, Psy.D., Associate Professor/Licensed Clinical Supervisor

Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice

Description: The use of simulation as a mechanism for learning is a powerful one. If your learning objectives include preparing students for real-world encounters, working with simulation as a vehicle is highly effective. Further, through this presentation, participants will not only gain insight into simulation, but they will also learn how to use reflective best practices to help assess student, curriculum, and program success.

Learning Outcomes:


  1. Apply the use of simulation in their roles as educators.
  2. Evaluate simulation-focused lessons through the use of reflective best practices.
  3. Create lessons that incorporate simulations as a component for learning.
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