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  • 1. Simulation
  • 2. Definition•According to M.D. Roblyer,Simulation is a type ofinstructional software(Roblyer, 88).•It simulates realistic & imaginedsituations•Used in teaching principles &concepts All images courtesy of Microsoft Clip Art 2007
  • 3. Relative Advantage• Includes visual & sometimes audio activitiesThey are:• Multimedia• Interactive• Reusable software All images courtesy of Microsoft Clip Art 2007
  • 4. Brief Description• Subject Area: Social Studies/ American History• Simulation Tool: Colonial Williamsburg• Website: tour.history.org/#• Colonial Williamsburg is a virtual reality tour• It promotes the historical museum/exhibits• In addition it educates history students All images courtesy of Microsoft Clip Art 2007
  • 5. Simulation Tool: Colonial Williamsburg• Website: http://tour.history.org/
  • 6. Purpose• Simulate an event, project, or skill• Encourages students to become fully engaged• To interact as if it were real Image courtesy of Microsoft Clip Art 2007
  • 7. Potential Use • Benefits Social Studies courses • E.g. American HistoryScreenshotcourtesy ofHistory.org All images courtesy of Microsoft Clip Art 2007
  • 8. Additional Resources• WWII ExperienceUsers must download this free simulation game to experience WWII as a soldier whose mission is to escort bombers into the enemy’s territory. Screenshot courtesy of History Channel.com
  • 9. Additional Resources• Newton’s Laws of Motion• This simulation was created to simulate an physics lab. This is beneficial for a Physics educator.• Math SimulationsVirtual Laboratories in Probability and Statistics, High school and higher education educators will find this virtual lab useful in statistics instruction.
  • 10. Resources• http://www.history.com/interactive s/wwii-experience• http://www.math.uah.edu/stat/• http://tour.history.org/• http://www.montereyinstitute.org/c ourses/AP%20Physics%20C%20I/c ourse%20files/multimedia/lesson06 /lessonp.html?showTopic=6