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The Effects of Perceptual and Conceptual Training on Novice Wine Drinkers’ Development
The Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly (2011)
  • K. A. Latour
  • M. S. Latour, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • Andrew H. Feinstein, San Jose State University
Abstract
The literature around experiential learning is unclear regarding the similarities and differences among simulation, games, and role play. In order to appropriately evaluate instructional processes, definitional clarity is necessary. In this article, we provide a definitional foundation and classification scheme for the topics of computer simulation, role play, and games. The educational and training outcomes of each are discussed, providing readers the means to determine for themselves, the pedagogical appropriateness of simulation, games, or role play to a given situation.
Keywords
  • Computer simulation,
  • experiential learning,
  • Games,
  • Role play
Publication Date
2011
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Citation Information
K. A. Latour, M. S. Latour and Andrew H. Feinstein. "The Effects of Perceptual and Conceptual Training on Novice Wine Drinkers’ Development" The Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly Vol. 52 Iss. 4 (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/andrew_feinstein/1/