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Friday, May 16 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
A Framework for the Design of Computer-Assisted Simulation Training for Complex Police Situations

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The article reports progress concerning the design of a computer-assisted simulation training (CAST) platform for developing decision making skills in police students. The overarching aim is to outline a theoretical framework for the design of computer-assisted simulation training to facilitate police students’ development of search techniques in complex interactions within the built environment, learning to apply and perform the five “quick peek” techniques for information gathering and subsequent risk evaluation. The article draws on Luckin’s Ecology of Resources model of learner context informed with perspectives on reflective thinking from Dewey and Schön. The article discusses design issues within the Ecology of Resources model applied on CAST for complex police situations.

 

Of Interest to: Instructional designers, Researchers, Educational technologists

Speakers
avatar for Greg Anderson

Greg Anderson

Dean, Office of Applied Research and Graduate Studies, Justice Institute of British Columbia
avatar for Ron Bowles

Ron Bowles

Associate Dean, Office of Applied Research and Graduate Studies, Justice Institute of British Columbia
avatar for Tor Soderstrom

Tor Soderstrom

Professor, UMEA University


Friday May 16, 2014 1:30pm - 2:30pm PDT
Campus Activity Centre, Alpine Room 900 McGill Road, Kamloops BC, Canada V2C 0C8

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