This section of the resources contains peer-reviewed, scholarly research articles contributed and written by SimSchool researchers, professors, and students.
simSchool: A complex systems framework for modeling teaching and learning - Gibson
SimSchool, a network-based training and assessment application for teachers, offers a game-like computational framework that represents the actions and dynamics of classroom teaching and learning. The online simulator offers teachers transferable practice in key instructional planning, diagnostic and interpersonal communication activities involved in teaching in a classroom environment.
Telementoring as a Collaborative Agent for Change - Friedman, Zibit, Coote
This case study explores the effectiveness of telementoring as a vehicle for preservice teachers to hone skills in the teaching of writing, to establish a mentoring relationship with urban high school students, and to help struggling writers improve writing skills necessary for student achievement. Inherent in this research was the goal to develop a collaborative model between the university and the high school for using technology to improve “at-risk” urban students’ skills in writing.
simSchool – The Game of Teaching
This article is the print version on the online article available at Horizon's Innovate: Journal of Online Education, at this address: http://www.innovateonline.info/index.php?view=article&id=173
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