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Management Strategies for Implementing Successful Simulations
Learning Solutions Conference & Expo 2013 - March 14, 2013
Face-to-face case study simulations are the ultimate in learning experiences. Participants are not behind a screen, but actually engaged with mock customers and realistic situations. While there has been a shift to transition these experiences into eLearning for efficiency, there is still merit in delivering a live simulation. In a face-to-face environment, objectives can be stretched as learners are challenged to think on their feet and interact with a team.
In this session, participants will learn about the many aspects of a face-to-face case study simulation that is currently running at HP Enterprise Security. You will examine program objectives and goals, pre-work, assessment strategies, the use of video for capturing the event, and how they modified the event over time to provide a more streamlined experience. You’ll receive first-hand knowledge of how to develop a live face-to-face case study simulation event and learn how to incorporate pre-work, video, and assessment strategies.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to design a face-to-face case study simulation
- How to develop an assessment strategy using online tools
- How to effectively use video at the event
- Tips and techniques on designing teams and coaching facilitators
Intermediate and advanced professionals who are interested in designing case study or role-playing learning programs will benefit if they are interested in using video, Brainshark, and/or Survey Monkey in combination with face-to-face learning experiences.
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