The Process of Writing a Collective Bargaining Simulation: A Case Study in Practical Pedagogy

Marcus Hart Sandver, Harry R. Blame

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This paper summarizes the authors’ experiences in developing and implementing a collective bargaining simulation. The simulation is based on actual negotiations between a local teachers’ association and a city school board. This paper identifies a number of collective bargaining simulations currently available and describes how the authors structured their simulation (entitled TEACHNEG) to capitalize on the major strengths of those already in use. In the final section of the paper, the authors briefly relate evaluative data from the students who have participated in TEACHNEG sessions.

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