Clark Aldrich}} Clark Aldrich is an American author and practitioner in the field of educational simulations and serious games for education and professional skills.
Beginning in 1999, he published research outlining the failure of formal education approaches to teaching leadership, innovation, and other strategic skills. He advocated for interactive experiences, borrowing techniques from current computer games as media to fill these gaps. He argues that computer games represent new "post-linear" models for representing content and that new computer game genres will have to be created for learning as well as entertainment. His research and simulation design works, which he conducted outside of the influence and prescription of academic and grant-giving institutions, resulted in a series of articles, speeches and 5 books. Provided by Wikipedia
Simulations and the future of learning an innovative (and perhaps revolutionary) approach to e-learning /
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