Experiential Learning, continued

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Experiential Learning, continued

One activity widely used in experiential learning is simulation. Simulation exercises utilize actors, models, or mannikins to simulate or mock real-life scenarios for students.
The utilization of simulation is employed in hands-on professions. In these professions, applied interactive skills and activities are crucial to success at the terminal or end-point stage. The purpose of simulations is to assist with applying theoretical learning to specific situations required as a part of the learning goals.
Medical, dental, laboratory, nursing, law, and social work education are a few educational programs that utilize simulations in the teaching, learning, and evaluation processes.
Common instruction methods depend on the instructor leading or guiding the learning process as a presenter, demonstrator, facilitator, or in some other direct contact role.