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SIMulation Based on Language and Learning (SIMBaLL): The Model

  • Ellyn Arwood and Joanna Kaakinen

The purpose of this paper was to elucidate the crucial importance of using a learning theory to develop simulation as well as to assess student learning outcomes from and during simulation. The authors designed a simulation model based on language learning called SIMBaLL, SIMulation Based on Language and Learning that was evolved from Arwood's Neurosemantic Language Learning Theory. This model provides a hierarchical framework to assess and measure conceptual learning outcomes.

Published Online: 2009-3-28

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