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An exploration of learning and its relationship to business simulation design and use

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This page links business simulation to business learning providing information about the types of business simulation, how they might be used, why companies use business simulation, adult learning, categories of learning investment etc. It reflects my philosophy to ground and focus business simulation design and use on learning.

Business Simulations
What is a Business Simulation
Types of Business Simulation
Types of Business Model
Ways of Using Business Simulations
Learning Needs Model
Business Learning Ladder
Choosing a Business Simulation
Beyond Reality Simulations
High Tech - High Touch
The Socio-Technical System

Learning Theory
Adult Learning
Kolb's Experiential Learning Cycle
Bloom's Taxonomy
The Learning Ladder
Cognitive Load Theory
The Knowledge Spiral
Teaching Methods and Retention
E-learning and Business Simulation
Deep Smarts

Practicalities
Team Learning Model
Tutor Managed Learning Model
Tutor Support System
Versions
Categories of Learning Investment
Managerial Competency Models
A Learning Management Grid
Harvesting Wisdom
Training vs. Learning
The Learning Stool

2002 Jeremy J. S. B. Hall

Most recent update: 08/01/15
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