"Well, I messed that up": Learning through simulations and reflection
ARMY RESEARCH INST FOR THE BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES FORT BELVOIR VA FORT BELVOIR United States
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Beyond Multiple Choice gathers industry leaders in e-assessment, educators advancing the implementation of next-generation approaches, and researchers involved in evaluating efficacy and efficiency of assessment. Dr. Merlo, the opening keynote speaker, presented two projects. The first project focused on learning in the moment using a serious game to look at the co-development of trust and team performance. The second project focused on learning via reflection. Self-defining memories are emotional and vivid memories connected to an individuals long-term goals and sense of self. This study examines how individuals connect and understand these memories. A mixed method design was used to collect information about U.S. Army Soldiers self-defining memories and how the information contained in these memories is used to influence how they think about themselves, their organization, and their behavioral intentions.