With the fast changes enforced by the COVID-19, many business schools found themselves streamed into using new technology and platforms to safeguard the academic year 2020-2021. The introduction of business simulation for student assessment before graduating from the undergraduate program has always presented a challenge in terms of approach to use. Today, business simulation is introduced, not only to enhance students’ learning experience but also to satisfy the assessment institutional requirement of closing the gap. This comparative quantitative study uses feedback from students of two cohorts assessed during the same academic year, one using the case method and the second using a capstone simulation. The results show that the students who used the simulation reflect a higher level of satisfaction.
Education, Simulation, Business school, undergraduate, assessment, experiential learning
MAAMARI, Bassem E and EL-NAKLA,, Darin
"From case studies to experiential learning. Is simulation an effective tool for student assessment?,"
Arab Economic and Business Journal: Vol. 15
, Article 2.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.38039/2214-4625.1023
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