E-simulations in the wild: interdisciplinary research, design, and implementation
This paper examines the relevance of research on scientific discovery learning in simulations to professional legal education simulations. There are striking similarities between the research findings from this domain, and our experience of running simulations in law in the Glasgow Graduate School of Law. However, simulation learning depends on factors that arise not only from the design of the simulation, but also from the environment of implementation. We argue that, while the paradigm of...[Show more]
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