North American Simulation and Gaming Association

Special ISAGA pre-conference workshop on Debriefing Games July 3-4 2014

There will be a special pre-conference workshop at the International Simulation and Gaming Association Conference.

The learning starts when the game stops: Debriefing as the fount of learning from games

the real learning in simulation/game–based education starts when the simulation/ game stops. Learning occurs only if some form of in– or post–game debriefing is accomplished.

The workshop will help you:

understand the debriefing process more deeply,
encounter several types of debriefing,
gain skills in designing debriefing sessions tailored to both learning process and learning objectives,
gain insight, confidence and skill in conducting debriefing sessions, and
develop materials and procedures for debriefing.

Registration at: www.ISAGA2014.com
email: preconf@isaga2014.com
Maximum Number of Participants: 24
Costs (including lunches and refreshments): € 120,–

Download the flyer for complete details.

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Comment by Prof. Dr. Willy C. Kriz on July 3, 2014 at 9:41pm

Hello, we have already 3 books and one cd proceedings published and it can be ordered. In addition keynotes will be recorded and for free download. some othere resources are already for download in the mediacenter of www.isaga2014.com. further things will be added there and the website will remain as a ressource...  best wishes, Willy

Comment by NASAGA on July 3, 2014 at 3:50pm

Heather, I have asked Willy Kriz, the conference organizer, to post a reply on post conference resources.

Comment by Heather Long on July 3, 2014 at 1:38pm
Will any of the information be available after the conference ie. videos for viewing?
Comment by Ron Stadklev on May 27, 2014 at 7:26pm

Finally here someone talking about debreifing.

Wish I could be there.  Ron Stadsklev

Comment by María Laura Angelini on May 6, 2014 at 4:18am

I wish I could go but July seems to be the wrong month at my work.

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