Date Approved

2014

Date Posted

10-17-2014

Degree Type

Open Access Senior Honors Thesis

Department

Political Science

First Advisor

Jeffrey L. Bernstein

Second Advisor

Arnold Fleischmann

Abstract

This case study analyzed four political science simulations in an introductory course with the intent to identify students learning from the simulation and in group collaboration. Though the discussion and collaboration between students surrounds political science topics, the skills students bring into the classroom and acquired during the course can be used in numerous professional fields. The presentation will focus on the scaffolding of assignments and learning that lead up to the classroom simulations. It will also highlight the skills students developed surrounding group collaboration and student's individual conclusions on decision making.

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