Technology and graphic simulation programs can be large in scale, such as multi-million dollar weapon system trainers for military pilots. But they’re also represented in the everyday Xbox, PlayStation and Wii that entertain us with simulations of military operations, sports and rock bands. Since 2007, the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) has been using technology to enhance student learning through the use of driving and marine simulators. More recently, the Avatar-Based Interview Simulator (ABIS) is being studied as a viable training tool for teaching students to conduct interviews using the five-step process they’re taught in class. Even the Firearms Division (FAD) uses laser handguns and branching videos to teach the Judgment Pistol Shooting Course. What about basic marksmanship skills? Could simulation work there as well?
training. Laser Shot’s “FLETC Course of Fire” accurately simulates what a real range looks like, including targets that move, turn and face for specific time intervals. In addition, Laser Shot’s “FLETC Course of Fire” can display practically any target while accurately simulating target size at various distances. It can also be set up easily in a large classroom.
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