Cecil Goldstein

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Computer networking concepts can be difficult to understand and teach as they frequently relate to complex and dynamic processes which are not readily visible or intuitive and are therefore problematic to conceptualise. Consequently teachers often incorporate simulation or visualisation tools to support the learning process, but often in a superficial way(More)
This chapter discusses the effective use of a simulation tool in the teaching of data communication concepts. Because such concepts can be abstract and therefore difficult to visualise and understand, simulation can help facilitate learning. In looking to develop a structured approach to optimally utilising a network simulator in teaching networking(More)
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