David Crookall

David Crookall
Université Internationale de la Mer. Université Côte d'Azur (retired). | https://www.linkedin.com/in/simulation/

PhD
CfP for climate/ocean ed at the next EGU conf. More info here: https://oceansclimate.wixsite.com/oceansclimate/egu2023

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January 1980 - December 2030
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Debriefing is the most important part of a simulation. That is why this is a key chapter in this book. The chapter contains several sections, each one offering insights, guidance and stories for debriefers. The central sections of this chapter look at various aspects of debriefing, such as what it is and when, why and how we should conduct it. Each...
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Debriefing is the most important part of a simulation. That is why this is a key chapter in this book. The chapter contains several sections, each one offering insights, guidance and stories for debriefers. The central sections of this chapter look at various aspects of debriefing, such as what it is and when, why and how we should conduct it. Each...
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Forecasts of sea ice evolution in the Arctic region for several months ahead can be of considerable socioeconomic value for a diverse range of marine sectors and for local community supply logistics. However, subseasonal-to-seasonal (S2S) forecasts represent a significant technical challenge, and translating user needs into scientifically manageabl...
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The inviting abstract for this session seems to intimate that emphasis will be placed on participative and experiential approaches to learning about climate change (CC)-"approaches and resources that adopt integrative learning objectives and pedagogically effective practices.. .. websites, lab demos, serious games, pedagogic research, course design...
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The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). .. are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity"[1]. The 17 goals were set by the UN General Assembly in 2015. The target date for attaining the goals is 2030, hence the 2030 Agenda[2]. During the last four years, it has become appar...
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The importance of climate change (CC) education (CCE) has been expressed widely. Two quotes will illustrate: “Education is an essential element of the global response to climate change. It helps young people understand and address the impact of global warming, encourages changes in their attitudes and behaviour and helps them adapt to climate chang...
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Common pool resources (CPRs) include most of what we (humanity) ‘have’ on Earth, such as air, water, oceans, fish, climate, minerals, land, etc. Garrett Hardin, in his influential 1968 article, was one of the early scientists to describe the phenomena, in the form of a model, which (following WFLoyd) he named tragedy of the commons, later renamed unr...
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During the 2018 EGU General Assembly, two of the authors (Pariphat David), presented a participatory poster. The poster offered a few basic ideas to start the ball rolling to generate ideas for a charter for geo-edu-ethics. It was designed so that viewers (or poster participants) could contribute their own ideas by writing directly in the blanc spa...
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In their convening abstract, Peppoloni et al remind us that “geoscientists are aware of their ethical responsibilities – towards themselves, colleagues, society and the environment”[1]. However, we must go well beyond awareness – we must go to action, specifically in geo-edu-ethics, a term coined to denote a nexus of Earth, education and ethics. In...
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Education is inconceivable without ethics. Geo-education is impossible without geoethics. We distinguish two levels of ethics: First, ethics for the earth; second, ethics for education on ethics for the earth. We argue that the former depends on the latter. Ethics for the earth covers a multitude of dangerous impacts of human activity on planetary...
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Ethics is becoming ever more important, not least in the geo-sciences, particularly under the impetus of the IAPG. However, ethical behaviour seems to be lacking (a) in areas where it is needed most, such as care of the environment, and (b) on the part of those (eg, politicians, CEOs) who should be providing role models for youth, instead of engagi...
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Global warming (GW) is putting the world in danger. The wellbeing and life of humans are increasingly under threat from human activity. Humans are killing the very thing that provides for their life. Human lifestyle is killing human lifestyle. Only by understanding GW can society expect to mitigate it. People's understanding of the causes and conse...
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Our planet is in dire need of geoethical behaviour by all its citizens. That can only be achieved through education, on an intergenerational basis. Geoethics education needs to tackle real issues, not with a philosopher's stone, but using ethical practice. Geoethics happens essentially, not in what we say, but in what we do. Here the doing is twofo...
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Our planet is in dire need of ethical behaviour by all its citizens. However, recent research has highlighted the increasingly dangerous impact of human activity on life systems of the planet. CO 2 emissions continue to rise (400+ppm, end 2016), methane emissions are accelerating. The Arctic is about 28 • C above the normal average. Average global...
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There is a tendency among both designers and facilitators to become fixed, perhaps even fixated, on our simulations and games. Making and using systems that, at least to us as experts, clearly demonstrate some concept or skill in action is exciting. But, what about for the students? What do they, as non-experts, get out of their experience? How do...
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In this editorial, I thank the guest editors and authors for their excellent and pioneering work. I set the topic of engagement within a broader area of learning and debriefing, and of the transformation of simulation/game engagement into learning. I suggest some broad areas for research on engagement in simulation/games (in both gameplay and d...
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This tribute outlines some of the major contributions that Stephen H. Schneider made to climate change science and to communication about that science to help a broader audience understand it in an educated manner, and realize that urgent decisions are needed, even with incomplete information. We highlight some of the awards and honors that Dr. Sch...
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This editorial outlines a number of connections between climate change and simulation/gaming/debriefing. First, the development of this symposium is mentioned, including appreciation for contributors, especially Klaus Eisenack, James E. Hansen, Dennis Meadows, and Diana Reckien. Second, a wide range of climate change dimensions is outlined, with em...
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I characterize violence as falling into two types, using Arthur Koestler’s two tendencies: integrative and self-assertive. It is the integrative tendency, the belief in a cause and the abrogation of one’s identity and obedience to a higher authority, that leads to integrative violence and wars. The principal cause of violence is not individual aggr...
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This editorial first touches on the early days of simulation/gaming. It then traces the links between International Simulation and Gaming Association (ISAGA) and Simulation & Gaming (S&G) up until the 2009 ISAGA conference in Singapore. The links are, of course, provided through people, who were active in both the organization and the journal. The...
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This issue of S&G is devoted to people—to the gamers who have made and are making the exciting discipline of simulation gaming possible. All disciplines that hope for a bright future must record their origins and development. This is particularity the case for a field as fuzzy and interdisciplinary as simulation/gaming. The symposium dedicated to H...
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We can enhance discussions of simulation by distinguishing between the rationale for using simulation and the philosophical tools for conceptualizing it. I offer my thoughts, inspired by this symposium, on the proposition that simulation is little more than stuff of our minds, a figment of our imagination. I also argue that philosophy is important...
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At the close of the 40th Anniversary Symposium of S&G, this editorial offers some thoughts on a few important themes related to simulation/gaming. These are development of the field, the notion of serious games, the importance of debriefing, the need for research, and the emergence of a discipline. I suggest that the serious gaming community has mu...
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Problem-based learning focuses on small groups using authentic problems as a means to help participants obtain knowledge and problem-solving skills. This approach makes problem-based learning ideal for teaching lean manufacturing, which is driven by ...
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This article provides an updated survey of recent advances in game-theoretic analyses of terrorism. In particular, it investigates the government's allocation of a fixed budget to counter attacks against potential targets. The choice between proactive ...
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ABSTRACT  As teachers, we all want to help learners discover how to learn languages more effectively and more easily. One way of doing this is strategy training, which has recently caught the imagination of researchers and teachers in many parts of the globe. The article's four purposes are: a) to summarize existing research on use of learning stra...
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The principles of the communicative approach to language learning and teaching foster the use of appropriate, positive learning strategies. Communicative principles and learning strategies, in combination, have powerful implications for the language classroom.
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This article describes a university-sponsored experiential-based simulation, the NANO SCENARIO, to increase the public's awareness and affect attitudes on the societal implications of nanoscience and nanotechnology by bringing together diverse stakeholders' ...
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Crowds of noncombatants play a large and increasingly recognized role in modern military operations and often create substantial difficulties for the combatant forces involved. However, realistic models of crowds are essentially absent from current ...
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This article sketches the emergence of gaming and simulation associations in the 1960s and 1970s with a particular interest in ISAGA, the International Simulation and Gaming Association. It elaborates on the prospects to shape a meta-science of design, ...
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A number of studies have examined the algorithms that business games use to simulate real-world company functions. This study extends that research tradition into the area of the firm's stock price algorithm while increasing the range of validates considered. ...
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Virtual reality has been applied to many areas such as education, art, entertainment, engineering, and sports simulation. Two case studies for sports simulation are presented here: the simulation of pattern design for group calisthenics and the simulation ...
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An explanatory study is conducted to examine the different kinds of rules in video games. Two layers of game, the abstract and the narrative layer, are explored to unify the study of gameplay and narratives. Derivatives of paidea rules and ludus rules ...
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Innovations in information technology (IT) have been responsible for the rapid growth of computer simulation, which in turn has encouraged IT innovation. However, there is a striking contrast between the technological sophistication that drives and ...
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A simultaneous double auction market with bid and offer cards was used in classes on the theory and history of money and financial institutions and occasionally in classes on the theory of games. The prime purpose in using this game was to teach the ...
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This article explores how organizations can prepare for crisis events by training crisis management teams (CMTs) using real-time, simulated crises. The article focuses on the impact of such training on the performance of CMTs and the manner in which ...
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An e-mail survey of 14,497 business faculty members across all disciplines at American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business member schools was undertaken to determine current business simulation game usage and thoughts about business simulation ...
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This keynote paper examines how game-theoretic analyses of terrorism have provided some policy insights that do not follow from nonstrategic analyses. Some new game-theoretic applications are indicated that concern terrorist targeting of businesses, ...
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This keynote paper examines how game-theoretic analyses of terrorism have provided some policy insights that do not follow from nonstrategic analyses. Some new game-theoretic applications are indicated that concern terrorist targeting of businesses, ...
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This keynote paper examines how game-theoretic analyses of terrorism have provided some policy insights that do not follow from nonstrategic analyses. Some new game-theoretic applications are indicated that concern terrorist targeting of businesses, ...
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This article draws on published evaluations of Internet-mediated (I-M) educational, business, and policy games to establish an inventory of lessons for future I-M games. These three types of I-M games have important concerns in common: objectives, role-play, ...
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This article draws on published evaluations of Internet-mediated (I-M) educational, business, and policy games to establish an inventory of lessons for future I-M games. These three types of I-M games have important concerns in common: objectives, role-play, ...
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This article integrates major outcomes of a simulation-based approach to teaching foreign language and links it to learners' attainment of strategic competence. According to existing research, curricula inspired by the approach seem to promote favorable ...
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This article integrates major outcomes of a simulation-based approach to teaching foreign language and links it to learners' attainment of strategic competence. According to existing research, curricula inspired by the approach seem to promote favorable ...
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The use of lightly controlled games, primarily in classes in game theory, is discussed. The value of such games is considered from the viewpoint of both teaching and experimentation.
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The bridges between medicine and simulation are many and varied. This introductory article presents some of the topics covered in this symposium on simulation in medicine and healthcare. The importance of the theme is noted, and some of the recurring topics are discussed briefly, such as debriefing, design, technology, hands-on training, and modeli...
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Interdisciplinary nature of simulation/gaming. Touches on: Interdisciplinary education, humanistic education, types of interdisciplinarity, cross-disciplinarity, multidisciplinarity. Spirit of interdisciplinarity. Curricula. Rhetoric & action. Grassroots. Openness. Unification of knowledge. Simulation/gaming as a forum for the meshing of several d...
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This article first speculates on why such little progress has been made regarding the effective application of educational simulation/games. It suggests that the field's eclectic foundation has been a virtue for its development but a vice regarding its rigorous assessment. The article then outlines the antecedents for generating a practical and cum...
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Basic thinking regarding certain aspects of learner autonomy is presented as well as certain cultural traits (such as the Chinese concern with face) which may be an obstacle to the promotion of autonomy, especially in the more traditional organization of some classrooms. The use of large-scale simulation can, however, transform the ordinary classro...
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Basic thinking regarding certain aspects of learner autonomy is presented as well as certain cultural traits (such as the Chinese concern with face) which may be an obstacle to the promotion of autonomy, especially in the more traditional organization of some classrooms. The use of large-scale simulation can, however, transform the ordinary classro...

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Are you interested in climate change, ocean degradation or geoethics? Are you involved in helping others to learn about these areas? Are you working in climate literacy, or ocean literacy or geoethics literacy? Are you a researcher in these areas? Are you concerned about the danger of our planet moving beyond planetary boundaries (Rockström, Steffen et al.) or about serious geoethical problems (Peppoloni et al.)? If so, please come and share your work, insight, expertise, curiosity and experience in one or more of the many excellent sessions of the next European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly (conference). We invite you in particular to the two bellow: Climate & ocean literacy: Helping people to care ethically within planetary boundaries https://lnkd.in/d9UCyY2i Conveners: David Crookall, Giuseppe Di Capua, Bärbel Winkler, Francesca Santoro, Mario Mascagni. Geoethics in the face of global anthropogenic changes: How do we intersect different knowledge domains? https://lnkd.in/dtipr6S8 Conveners: Silvia Peppoloni, John Ludden, Luiz Oosterbeek, Pimnutcha Promduangsri, Billy Williams. We look forward to your abstract, to be submitted online. Submissions close on 12 Jan 2022. More info here https://lnkd.in/da6FKNNW. The https://egu22.eu/ will be a hybrid conference, so you can come to Vienna to present in person or you can present online. Conferences dates are 3-8 April, 2022. ** Please pass this on to friends and colleagues, and also post in your various media. **
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This International Summer School, of the Open Ocean University, brings together two content areas and two methodologies: oceans, climate change, foresight and participatory simulation. Please see more info here: https://oceansclimate.wixsite.com/oceansclimate https://oceansclimate.wixsite.com/oceansclimate/methods