ERIC Number: ED041844
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970
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The Policy Negotiation Simulation. (A Reference Manual).
This manual contains 1) a one-page discussion of the development in 1966 of "Policy Negotiation Simulation," a game which simulates the collective bargaining negotiations between school board and teachers' representatives; 2) description of the subsequent use of the Policy Negotiation Simulation as "a simulation for building simulations" tracing the steps in development of other simulation games from the original "priming game"; 3) descriptive examples of the application of the Policy Negotiation Simulation model to the development of seven other simulation games to illustrate four different uses: to teach, to study, to counsel, and to experiment; 4) explanation of the difference between "programed games" for the development of specific intellectual skills or processes and"simulations" which emphasize the content and dynamics of real world situations; and 5) a descriptive list of four programed games and 27 simulations with publication sources. (JS)
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Authoring Institution: Michigan Univ., Ann Arbor. Center for Programmed Learning.