Political Science IUB

Teaching and Learning Workshop on Simulation

Simulation learning tools—ranging from single-class period sessions to multi-day, multi-campus events—have gained in popularity as instructors seek innovative ways of reaching students. This half-day workshop will be designed specifically for faculty advisors, graduate instructors and educators to learn about the benefits and challenges of hands-on simulation as experiential learning. Sessions will be designed to appeal to simulation exercises in general – including, but not limited to Model United Nations, Model European Union, and Model Arab League simulations.

Continental breakfast and lunch provided to all; possible to accommodate busy schedules; please RSVP to euroinst@indiana.edu to reserve your spot!

Agenda: 8:30-9:00 Continental breakfast 8:45-9:00 Opening remarks-Brett Bowles, Tim Hellwig 9:00-9:30 Nick Clark "What does the research tell us? Evaluating simulations" 9:30-10:20 Susan Siena & Lisa Kurz. "Using simulations in the classroom: Objectives and Best Practices" 10:20-10:35 Coffee break 10:35-11:45 Applying Simulations across the curriculum roundtable Nick Clark, Reacting to the Past Dina Spechler, Model United Nations Marco Arnaudo, War Games 11:45-12:15 Nick Clark "Comparing the organization of Model EU simulations" 12:15-12:30 Open discussion, producing a Model EU handbook/toolkit, concluding comments 12:30-1:30 Lunch

Start
Friday April 21, 2017 08:30 AM
End
Friday April 21, 2017 01:00 PM
Location
Hoosier Room, Indiana Memorial Union
Contact
Timothy Hellwig
Contact Email
thellwig@indiana.edu
Cost
Please RSVP prior to attending
Other Info
This workshop is made possible with the support of an Ostrom Grant from the IU College of Arts and Sciences and from a Jean Monnet European Union Centre for Excellence Grant
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