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Published on Dec 8, 2010
Team coordination is essential in a number of domains, but team coordination education is lacking. High-fidelity education simulations that emulate the real-world as completely as possible are expensive, because they seek to replicate the entire working environment. We avoid high-fidelity, focusing on the human-centered aspects of work practice to create a zero-fidelity simulation of the team coordination of fire emergency responders. We develop the simulation as a game, motivating participation and learning. The principles used to design the Teaching Team Coordination game (T2eC) are valuable in any collaborative system, encouraging team members to communicate and coordinate effectively by engaging in distributed cognition.