On the Value of Bugs in Simulation Environments
AbstractThis article looks at the issue of realism with respect to the use of simulations. The authors put forth the propositions that BUGS (Basic Unplanned Glitch Situations) in simulation environments are not necessarily detrimental to appropriate learning and that there are “real world” counterparts to BUGS. The article focuses on the sources of simulation BUGS and makes suggestions for using BUGS as learning tools.
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