TLISI 2022: Integrating Simulation-Based Learning for Student Engagement and Competencies Development
Simulation-based learning has been implemented in various domains in higher education as an innovative approach to engage students and practice both their hard skills and soft skills. In this session, we will share our design approach and design thinking for a Zombie Apocalypse Role-Play Simulation. This simulation was designed to engage emergency disaster managers to design, develop, execute and evaluate an emergency disaster mitigation plan in the scenario of a zombie apocalypse. We will showcase the prototype of the simulation, and connect our design thinking process (Empathize, Define, Ideate, Prototype, Test) to the design of each activity in the simulation. Come and join our session to discover the benefits of simulation-based learning in providing an authentic yet less-stressful environment and helping students develop competencies for real-world challenges!
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