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Why use simulations? Because lectures and case studies don’t cut it!

DrJohnK June 20, 2014 1

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In spite of the extensive evidence, it seems that traditional lectures, use of static case studies and ‘knowledge transfer‘ continue to be the main methodologies used by teachers and trainers.

It is time to change. Gen iY is here and if we continue with last century methods, we have little chance of being their guides of choice:

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