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Programme: Atlas 2019-20
Course: SIMSIG

LSE simulations special interest group (LSE SIM-SIG), is a practice exchange group for colleagues who are planning to use, or are currently using, simulations in the classroom. LSE SIM-SIG will meet once a term, and there is an online space to share resources and support. If you would like to be added to the online group please email Jenni Carr

Based on feedback from the launch of the SIG last year the sessions for AY19/20 will be:

27 February – 14:00 – 16:00 - Resources for simulations

This session is going to focus on producing resources for simulations. Clare Wenham ran a full-day simulation last term for her course HP412 Global Health Security. You will have the opportunity to look at the resources Clare produced and she will talk more the process of producing them and the role they played in the simulation at the meeting. Charlotte Haberstroh will be running a simulation this term for her course GV4F4 Policy advice in theory and in practice. Charlotte would appreciate feedback on the resources she has produced. Part of the meeting will be given over for colleagues to provide that feedback. The resources will be available shortly before the meeting.

If anyone else has resources that they would like feedback on or if you would colleagues to discuss any plans for future resources, do email Jenni Carr ( and we’ll add to the agenda.

11 June 12:00 – 14:00- Pedagogic research – designing small research projects into the use of simulations in the classroom and how these can be funded.

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