The Effects of Interdisciplinary Instruction on Simulation Performance”. Simulation and Gaming
Simulations are often used in business courses to expose students to real-world decision making. This study examines the implications of specific subject matter intervention by faculty members in economics and marketing on the choices made by students and the consequences of those choices in an online finance simulation. The findings, although mixed, suggest that an interdisciplinary intervention in an online finance simulation has the potential to improve the quality of decisions made and, consequently, overall student performance, especially when intervention material is new to the students.
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Kathy A. Paulson Gjerde, Deborah Skinner, and Clark R. A.. "The Effects of Interdisciplinary Instruction on Simulation Performance”. Simulation and Gaming" Simulation and Gaming 34.1 (2003): 150-163.
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