Live simulations provide training opportunity for educators

A Syracuse University training program for school leaders uses live simulations to help teachers and principals learn to address and manage difficult situations with students, parents and colleagues. The approach is modeled after "standardized patients" used to train students to diagnose symptoms in medical schools and, unlike computer simulations, has trained actors playing the roles of students and parents to help leaders learn to respond to real people.

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