Case Study: Simuflite
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Case Study: Simuflite

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CBT does away with the human interaction that often occurs in a traditional class. They are therefore deprived of opportunities to learn from the experiences and insights of other people in a more traditional classroom setting. From the case described above, pilots asked questions and learned from war stories told by classmates and instructor. One can just imagine the excitement felt by the pilots as they listened and exchanged war stories with one another. In other words, they are more involved mentally and emotionally in classroom-based training. Definitely it is a far cry from solitary learning in front of a computer. As stated in the article by Documen Information Design, high interactivity with other learners improves retention (2004). There is greater interaction between students

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