Business Simulation Training in Information Technology Education: Guidelines for New Approaches in IT Training

Pierre-Majorique Léger, Patrick Charland, Harvey D. Feldstein, Jacques Robert, Gilbert Babin, Derick Lyle
2011 Journal of Information Technology Education  
Derick.Lyle@hec.ca ment where learners have a reduced risk of making mistakes, to provide scaffolds that help learners build self confidence, and to help learners reflect on their mistakes, speculate on root causes, and intelligently design alternative solutions. Instructors trained with this approach report significant improvements in student evaluation, learner motivation, attendance, and engagement as well as increased learner competence with the technology. These guidelines can be
more » ... es can be transferred to a variety of other educational fields in which trainers are migrating towards a more active educational approach.
doi:10.28945/1362 fatcat:numblzgjbfg5vcfyv536vkenua