ERIC Number: EJ577778
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1998
Reference Count: 0
Ken Jones [and] What Are We Talking About? [and] Simulations and Communication Skills in Secondary Schools [and] Simulations: Reading for Action [and] Who's Who, Who Sits Where [and] Simulations as Examinations [and] What Happens When Students Design and Run Their Own Simulations? [and] The Survival of the Blackest [and] Playing It for Real [and] Interactive Events: National Differences in Participation and Categorization [and] Beginnings and Other Starting Points [and] Three Categories of Ethics [and] Ken Jones's Books and Resources.
van Ments, Morry; Brooks, Greg; Shirts, Garry; Jones, Ken
Simulation & Gaming, v29 n3 p309-66 Sep 1998
Includes testimonials to, and previously published articles by, Ken Jones on categories in simulation; simulations in secondary schools, reading instruction, and English-as-a-Second-Language; simulations as assessment tools; aspects of design; differences in race, gender, and perceived ability and performance; influence of national culture; problems with icebreakers; and facilitator, scenario, and participant ethics. (PEN)
Descriptors: Ability, Classification, Communication Skills, Cultural Differences, Educational Games, English (Second Language), Ethics, Evaluation Methods, Instructional Design, Interaction, Motivation, Racial Differences, Reading Instruction, Secondary Education, Sex Differences, Simulation, Student Projects
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Journal Articles; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A
Note: Special issue topic: "A Quarter Century of Ken Jones."