March 5 and 12, 2021 from 10am-12pm ET
Instructors: Victor Asal and Amanda Rosen
This two-session Career Course will take place on March 5, 2021 and March 12, 2021 from 10am-12pm ET. Simulations, role-play and games are increasingly becoming an important part of the dedicated instructor’s pedagogical repertoire. In terms of both classroom engagement and learning of skills and content, these methods can have a solid impact on students. This career course introduces instructors to the benefits and drawbacks of simulations and games as well as practical tips for employing them in the classroom. Participants will play through several different simulations and games during the session and will receive extensive materials and guides towards employing them in their own classes.
**Please note: Information for how to access to the Career Course will be provided via email two days prior to the start of the Course**
To Register: Exit this pop-out box and click on the blue button, "Register for a Career Course" on the right-hand side of the main Career Course web page.
Cap: 30 people