Simulated Classrooms and Artificial Students: The Potential Effects of New Technologies on Teacher Education
Journal of Research on Computing in Education Volume 32, Number 2, ISSN 0888-6504
Describes and discusses how simulation activities can be used in teacher education to augment the traditional field-experience approach, focusing on artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and intelligent tutoring systems. Includes an overview of simulation as a teaching and learning strategy and specific examples of high-technology simulations in development and in use. (Author/LRW)
Brown, A.H. (1999). Simulated Classrooms and Artificial Students: The Potential Effects of New Technologies on Teacher Education. Journal of Research on Computing in Education, 32(2), 307.
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