International Trading Simulations : Our Reflections on What we Have Learned
- Here are some questions that you might choose to answer during your presentation. You can answer more if you want.
- Not everyone has to speak, but it should be more than 1 person (at least two)
- You don't have to have slides, but have a handout or some visual media to help understanding
- Start your presentation with an outline of the questions you will answer in your presentation and then go through it.
- You only have 10 minutes, don't try to do too much
- Evaluation of group performance - online form that each group member can choose to submit
- the interaction within the group
- the interaction between groups
- Which concept learned in class was the most useful? Used the most? Didn't work when we tried it?
- If we played this simulation again, what would we do differently?
- How can we improve this simulation?
- How did we decide which strategy to use, at which time?
- Which was the most effective strategy? Why?
- One page long, submitted on the 1st of December
- Assessment is based on the quality of things you say, not the quantity. Write using bullet points, not paragraphs or essays
- Discuss how the negotiation simulations impacted you, in relation to the things we learned in class
- Worth 5 points
You must mention each negotiation cycle you participated in, how it went and what you learned from it.
Example of things you can talk about
- How did this activity impact you?
- What did you learn? What was the most useful and least useful lessons?
- What aspect of negotiation do you think you need to improve on?