Simulation

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This is apart of the Instructional software presentation found at: http://etec5303uarkgradstudent.weebly.com/instructional-software-project.html

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Simulation

  1. 1. Simulation
  2. 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. 3. Relative Advantage• Includes visual & sometimes audio activitiesThey are:• Multimedia• Interactive• Reusable software All images courtesy of Microsoft Clip Art 2007
  4. 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. 5. Simulation Tool: Colonial Williamsburg• Website: http://tour.history.org/
  6. 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. 7. Potential Use • Benefits Social Studies courses • E.g. American HistoryScreenshotcourtesy ofHistory.org All images courtesy of Microsoft Clip Art 2007
  8. 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. 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. 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

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