In slate three, students engage the full simulation for the first time. Here they have to improvise in unfamiliar, challenging, and open-ended situations.
Borrowing a page from role playing, slate three is often more successful if people learn in groups.
For more personal scenarios, putting two or three people per simulation, allowing one to observe, exposes each to alternative approaches and decreases learning time (Figure 23.1). (Headphone splitters are very helpful when working with a large group of paired-off students.)
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For simulations that replicate more group situations, ...