Simulation-based learning is an instructional strategy that seeks to leverage experiential learning and approximate real-world conditions in a simulated environment. Whether the simulation is low or high fidelity (the realism of the simulation), this strategy has been shown to help students practice real-life, complex, skills (Chernikova et al., 2020).
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