Tag Archives: simulations

Elements of DR Courses

Last summer, we updated the DRLE website by posting 122 recent DR syllabi.  As I collected and organized the syllabi, I was curious if there were any patterns in the elements of the syllabi.  My colleague, Rafael Gely, who directs our Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution, and I arranged for our CSDR Fellow, … Continue reading Elements of DR Courses

Great Value of Students Playing Clients in Multi-Stage Simulations

If you are sick and tired of hearing me sing the praises of multi-stage simulations (MSS) and don’t want to see any data about it, read no further. Some Background Before I start singing, let me provide some background. I started using MSSs when I began teaching negotiation several years ago.  Related to my research … Continue reading Great Value of Students Playing Clients in Multi-Stage Simulations

Shocking News: I’m Enjoying Grading

You may have heard the instructor’s line that he would teach for free – but he gets paid to grade. I suspect that for most faculty, grading is one of their least favorite activities. It’s right up there with chairing committees, root canal surgery, and watching 1000s of nasty campaign ads right before an election. … Continue reading Shocking News: I’m Enjoying Grading