Simulation-Based Learning in a Time of Crisis

by ExperiencePoint

An aspiring pilot lands a Boeing 737 in low visibility, from the comfort of an on-land base. A medical team performs a complex operation on a dummy patient, unencumbered by the high-risk context of life or death.

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Getting Started With Design Thinking: 4 Reasons Why You Need Immersive Training

by ExperiencePoint

You’ve decided you want to give design thinking a try when tackling your team’s next project. Great. This is your chance to prove how engaging with customers, brainstorming ideas, and building iterative prototypes will lead to better, faster, and most cost effective product designs that your customers will love.

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How Using Simulations Enhances Learning

by ExperiencePoint

 

Engagement, consistency and cost effectiveness — there are several advantages to using simulations to enhance learning, not the least of which is that the learning sticks. Simulations are the perfect accelerator for problem solving as it inspires action through new skills, new perspectives and new collaborative behaviors.

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Making Mistakes a Better Teacher

by ExperiencePoint

It is a strange thing to be asked to write a guest post about mistakes. Should I be insulted? Is having failure as your recognized expertise a good thing? Oh well, I’ve come to terms with the importance of mistakes.

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Funding the Linux of Education

by Greg Warman

Vic Vuchic is an Associate Program Officer at the Hewlett Foundation and one very cool individual. I had the good fortune to meet him in his pre-Hewlett days through Stanford University’s program where we eventually became Master’s Project partners (we built a ‘tamagotchi’-like agent to build financial literacy among youth – in hindsight, we should have targeted bankers!)

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