Simulations and learning
From prehistoric cave paintings that appear to have been pieces of instruction in how to trap and kill animals, to modern flight simulators, simulations have a well established place in the acquisition of skills. The primary reason for this is clear. Learning through experience can be long-winded, expensive and dangerous. By contrast, simulations can be quick, cheap and safe.
Simulations, although complex to design, have some significant advantages over other methods of delivering learning.
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