A Reflection on a Competency-Based Pedagogical Process Using Simulation: Tourism

Authors

  • David Groves Bowling Green State University

Keywords:

Simulation, Planning and Design, Tourism, Instructional Strategy, Pedagogical Method

Abstract

Abstract

 

This manuscript is an instructor’s reflection of the use of a simulation-based pedagogical technique to improve instruction.  The content was a facility planning, design, and management course in a Tourism program.  The results indicate that a simulation-based instructional strategy helps to improve the student’s perspective by adding a way of applying the information in the course. The sequencing placement of the simulation does not have a large effect upon the outcomes of the course.

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Published

2020-02-17

How to Cite

[1]
D. Groves, “A Reflection on a Competency-Based Pedagogical Process Using Simulation: Tourism”, PIJ, vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 55-59, Feb. 2020.

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