In CLO Mag: The suggestion that simulation based training works better for generation Y, This can be described as game-based as well. Using interaction and sometimes score based competition to drive engagement with a simulation system. Aimed at teaching even non physical concepts. Some good thoughts from a health care executive. I think the point is overplayed, simulation is always a powerful approach. He correctly points out:
" ... Simulation-based training creates safe practice environments, where mistakes are learning opportunities rather than potential disasters. A common mantra in health care is “see one, do one, teach one,” implying that once you have seen a doctor or a nurse perform a procedure and performed one yourself, you are qualified to teach the next batch of learners. It’s a clever and memorable saying. Simulation training can help improve on this knowledge transfer process by creating additional opportunities to “see and do” critical skills. ... "