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Team-based Simulations among Teacher Trainees: Ethical Dilemmas and Psychological Empowerment in School Bullying Cases
International Journal of Technology and Inclusive Education (IJTIE)
This study explores the effect of group simulations on teacher-trainees in comparison to case study groups in dealing with ethical dilemmas in school bullying. Simulations (role-playing) are defined as models of reality that provide learners with the opportunity to play the roles of different figures involved in situations under discussion. When faced with similar events in real-life experiences, teacher-trainees can extract from memory information and strategies learned from these simulationsdoi:10.20533/ijtie.2047.0533.2019.0173 fatcat:im23t6wqyrelvexw4vcku3wcbi