Simulation Performance and Its Effectiveness as a PBL Problem: A Follow-Up Study

Philip H. Anderson, Leigh Lawton

Abstract


This study continued the exploration of the relationship between the students’ success on a simulation exercise and their perceptions of its value as a PBL problem. This study found no significant relationship between financial performance on a simulation and student perceptions of its ability to achieve the benefits derived from a good PBL problem. Limitations and directions for future research are explored.

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