|Statement||edited by David Crookall ... (et al.).|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||281|
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The Simulation & Gaming journal defines Simulation/gaming in its broadest meaning, “to encompass such areas as simulation, computerized simulation, internet simulation, gaming, simulation/gaming, serious games, educational games, training . Of Stadsklev's several publications, by far the most important is his two-volume Handbook of Simulation Gaming in Social Education (textbook, ; directory, ), containing articles by Stadsklev himself, James Coleman, Garry Shirts, and others, and (volume two) cross-referencing the salient aspects of nearly all the simulation games about social education 5/5(5). Computer-Based Simulations in Education and Training: A Selected Bibliography (Educational Technology Selected Bibliography Series). • O'Haver, T. (). Simulations and Computer Models in the Classroom. • Twelker, P.A. and K. Layden (). Educational Simulation/Gaming. Simulation is gaining recognition as an academic discipline with a core body of knowledge being developed. It is being taught to students from high school through graduate school. Simulation is also increasingly being used for education and training .