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ERIC Number: ED119277
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975-Dec-27
Pages: 11
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Reference Count: 0
Video Simulation as an Educational Tool.
Cissna, Kenneth Norman; Hall, Mary Elizabeth
Videotape simulation, at the basic level, is any simulation experience in which videotape is used to provide feedback to the participants. This is an especially effective method of conducting leadership training because it allows each individual to integrate the cognitive, behavioral, and effective levels of learning within any of a variety of educational settings. Videotape is employed in two ways during training simulations: to provide feedback to participants about their own behavior, its consequences and effects, and the process of their group and to provide input of new material into the simulation. The most impressive aspects of simulation are the facilitation of participants' acquisition of cognitive learning occurring elsewhere in training sessions and the depth of participant involvement. (JM)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Note: Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Speech Communication Association (61st, Houston, Texas, December 27-30, 1975)