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Reflecting on the Use of Tabletop Exercises in the Classroom

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The School of Nursing: Impact & Innovation. A Compendium of Effective Practice

Article Five: Reflecting on the Use of Tabletop Exercises in the Classroom

by Martin McCracken-Joyce

Tabletop exercises are structured, discussion-based sessions that simulate emergency scenarios to encourage participants to engage in problem-solving and decision-making in a classroom setting. These exercises serve as a platform for participants to discuss their roles, responsibilities, and potential responses to emergencies under the guidance of a lecturer who directs the session through one or more pre-planned scenarios. The goal is to promote active participation, professional discourse, open-mindedness, and scenario commitment among students.

Innovation & Impact: To access other articles in the Collection visit: https://doi.org/10.25416/NTR.c.7227298

Compendium: DOI: 10.25416/NTR.25795573

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June 2024

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