Role-Playing Based On Video-Tape Scenarios; An Application Of Modelling To Building Supervisory Skills

James C. Faltot, John R. Ogilvie


Waggener [51 has presented an argument for creating cases based on “live†scenarios. This article proposes taking this approach even further. Videotape scenarios were created and played to participants. They then role-played their own solutions to the problems presented in the simulation. The participants themselves were video-taped during their role plays and performance feedback was given. They then viewed a role model provide a recommended solution. This learning was then applied to the next scenario. Although developed for an industrial training program, applications for classroom instruction are offered.

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