Learning-Teaching Processes in Online Clinical Simulation within Disciplinary Training of Literature





Simulation-based learning, clinical simulations, online simulations, teacher education, literature studies, learning-teaching processes


Clinical simulations have been developed as a tool for coping with complex professional situations. In recent decades, clinical simulation has been integrated into teacher education for pedagogical training. Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, an online clinical simulation model was developed, given the need to adapt the human-based clinical simulations to an online platform. This study examined the learning and teaching processes experienced during online clinical simulations applied in the context of discipline-specific training. Specifically, these processes were investigated by collecting data representing the perceptions of 98 preservice literature teachers. The analyzed data yielded three themes, describing the participants’ perceived gains from the online teaching-learning processes: (1) The strengthening of preservice teachers’ discipline-specific involvement (2) The formulation of a professional understanding of discipline-specific teaching processes (3) Ways to promote meaningful discussions in literature lessons. The study expands the field of clinical simulation use in teacher training to include discipline-specific gains, in this case by demonstrating the interplay between the world of simulation and the world of literature.




How to Cite

Levin, O., & Segev, Y. (2023). Learning-Teaching Processes in Online Clinical Simulation within Disciplinary Training of Literature. L1-Educational Studies in Language and Literature, 23(1), 1–19. https://doi.org/10.21248/l1esll.2023.23.1.381