2 edition of Handbook of simulation gaming in social education found in the catalog.
Handbook of simulation gaming in social education
by Institute of Higher Education Research and Services, University of Alabama in [University]
Written in English
Includes bibliographic references.
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|Pagination|| 167p. illus.|
|Number of Pages||167|
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[S.l.]: Institute of Higher Education Research and Services, The University of Alabama, (OCoLC) The book also includes retrospective and ontological examinations of gaming, as well as discussions about mobile game play, spatial game structures, and education-centric gaming.
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A USER-ORIENTED TAXONOMY GAMES AND SIMULATIONS Klabbers, Prof. Jan H.G. Utrecht University Faculty of Social Sciences Abstract Tracing the history of gaming and simulation shows that both fields have a different background, different objectives and different contexts of : Jan H.G.
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Offers an examination of learning technology that is equal parts theoretical and practical, covering both the technology of learning and the use of.Collectively, simulations, games and role-play (SGRP) provide students with some form of imaginary or real world within which to act out a given situation.
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