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Simulation for Participatory Education : Virtual Exchange and Worldwide Collaboration, Paperback / softback Book

Simulation for Participatory Education : Virtual Exchange and Worldwide Collaboration Paperback / softback

Edited by M. Laura Angelini, Rut Muniz

Part of the Springer Texts in Education series

Paperback / softback


This textbook explores the use of simulation within the context of education and internationalization.

Simulation is broken down into its phases and these elements are discussed by experts, most of whom have long tradition in the application of simulation.

Simulation is treated with references to the specific needs of practitioners, educators and researchers in initiating and developing simulation in different fields of study, with specific reference to teacher education. This volume focuses on presenting simulation as a means to facilitating students’ openness to complexity and development of intercultural skills through virtual exchange.

Thus, it provides educators and researchers with a conceptual and practical resource that tackles the critical role of cognitive and metacognitive complexity in the education of future global professionals through intercultural pedagogy.

By tracing the roots of simulation and outlining a framework to support professional learning through experiential-based research, this textbook will prove invaluable for teacher trainers, practitioners and researchers interested in simulation.


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