Learning simulation: Trauma Center - Second Opinion

By Murray Bourne, 06 Mar 2007

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Simulations provide powerful learning experiences. Simulations which allow the learner to make mistakes and learn from those mistakes are the most effective. Oh, and it helps if they are fun.

The new Wii game, Trauma Center - Second Opinion, looks like a good example.

Now, how to use Wii for teaching mathematics... Anyone seen any examples yet?

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