Observers in Simulation Learn the Same as Participants: The Evidence Recorded Webinar
Presented by: Kyle Johnson. BSN, MSN, PhD
Description: Currently, most literature supports there is no significant difference between active participants and observers in simulation. Many studies have required additional activities for students in the observer role to increase engagement, yet, the INACSL Standards of Best Practice do not provide any specifics as to what observers should or should not be doing in simulation. In this webinar hosted by Kyle Johnson the learner will understand the current state of the science regarding observers in simulation, theoretical support and limitations, and how the results of an experimental study both expand on previous literature and advocate for more research in the area of observational learning. Additionally, the learner will be able to articulate strategies to implement observational learning into their simulation program or research regarding the use of observers in simulation. The learner will be able to describe how observational learning can incorporate constructs within experiential learning to better understand and advocate that those in observer roles can indeed undergo experiential learning processes.
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