Worksheets and References: Conceptualizing a Simulation


Step 1 - Conceptualizing a Simulation [PDF - 677 KB]


Andonova, L., & Mendoza‐Castro, R. (2008). The Next Climate Treaty? Pedagogical and Policy Lessons of Classroom Negotiations. International Studies Perspectives, 9(3), 331-347.

Asal, V., & Blake, E. (2006). Creating Simulations for Political Science Education. Journal of Political Science Education, 2(1), 1-18.

Baranowski, M. (2006). Single Session Simulations: The Effectiveness of Short Congressional Simulations in Introductory American Government Classes. Journal of Political Science Education, 2(1), 33-49.

Cant, R., & Cooper, S. (2010). Simulation‐based learning in nurse education: Systematic review. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 66(1), 3-15.

Druckman, D., & Ebner, N. (2008). Onstage or behind the Scenes? Relative Learning Benefits of Simulation Role-Play and Design. Simulation & Gaming, 39(4), 465-497.

Greene, H. (2011). Freshmen Marketing: A First-Year Experience with Experiential Learning. Marketing Education Review, 21(1), 79-88.

Jong, de, Ton, Linn, Marcia C., & Zacharia, Zacharias C. (2013). Physical and Virtual Laboratories in Science and Engineering Education: Review. Science, 340, 305-8075.

Kneebone, R., Kidd, J., Nestel, D., Asvall, S., Paraskeva, P., & Darzi, A. (2002). An innovative model for teaching and learning clinical procedures. Medical Education, 36(7), 628-634.

Lateef, F. (2010). Simulation-based learning: Just like the real thing. Journal of Emergencies, Trauma, and Shock, 3(4), 348-352.

Lindquist, L., Gleason, A., McDaniel, K., Doeksen, M., & Liss, M. (2008). Teaching Medication Reconciliation through Simulation: A Patient Safety Initiative for Second Year Medical Students. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 23(7), 998-1001.

Mariani, B., Gunber, J., Paparella, S., & Allen, L.R. (2017). Medication Safety Simulation to Assess Student Knowledge and Competence. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 13(5), 210-216.

McCarthy, J. P., & Anderson, L. (2000). Active learning techniques versus traditional teaching styles: Two experiments from history and political science. Innovative Higher Education, 24(4), 279-294.

Pastirik, P. J. (2006). Using problem-based learning in a large classroom. Nurse Education in Practice6(5), 261-267.

Patel, A.D., Gallagher, A.G., Nicholson, W.J., Cates, C.U. (2006). Learning Curves and Reliability Measures for Virtual Reality Simulation in the Performance Assessment of Carotid Angiography. Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 47(9), 1796-1802.

Reese, C. E., Jeffries, P. R., & Engum, S. A. (2010). LEARNING TOGETHER: Using Simulations to Develop Nursing and Medical Student Collaboration. Nursing Education Perspective, 31(1), 33-37.

Rutten, N., Van Joolingen, W.R., & Van der Veen, J.T. (2012). The Learning Effects of Computer Simulations in Science Education. Computers & Education, 58(1), 136-153.

Schnurr, M.A., De Santo, E., & Craig, R. (2013). Using a blended learning approach to simulate the negotiation of a multilateral environmental agreement. International Studies Perspectives, 14, 109-129.

Shegog, R., Lazarus, M.M., Murray, N.G., Diamond, P.M., Sessions, N., & Zsigmond, E. (2012). Virtual Transgenics: Using a Molecular Biology Simulation to Impact Student Academic Achievement and Attitudes. Research in Science Education, 42(5), 875-890.

Steadman, R. H., Coates, W. C., Huang, Y. M., Matevosian, R. R., Larmon, B., McCullough, L., & Ariel, D. (2006). Simulation-based training is superior to problem-based learning for the acquisition of critical assessment and management skills. Critical Care Medicine, 34(1), 151-157.

Weidenfeld, M., & Fernandez, K. (2017). Does Reacting to the Past Increase Student Engagement? An Empirical Evaluation of the Use of Historical Simulations in Teaching Political Theory. Journal of Political Science Education, 13(1), 46-61.

Zendejas, B., Brydges, R., Wang, A., & Cook, T. (2013). Patient Outcomes in Simulation-Based Medical Education: A Systematic Review. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 28(8), 1078-1089.

Zhang, Sung, Hou, & Chang. (2014). The development and evaluation of an augmented reality-based armillary sphere for astronomical observation instruction. Computers & Education, 73, 178-188.