Education

ESSA Special Interest Group on Education

Session Chairs:
Emile Chappin (TU Delft)
Edmund Chattoe-Brown (University of Leicester)

This session aims to attract extended abstracts, papers and posters that deal with social simulation in education. As the SIG Education recently started, we see this as a first opportunity to get inspired to educate social simulation to a broader setting than only universities. We wholeheartedly welcome submissions on the following topics:
· An overview of experiences: what works and what doesn’t for what age-groups, for instance pre-school, primary school, secondary school
· Inspirational examples: describe and analyse existing tools and examples, with or without NetLogo, examples with and without simulation
· Examples of toys for young children that aim at bringing about a new generation of complexity-driven people
· Literature overview/review regarding education of complexity
· Work in process and plans of teaching social simulation

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