Our simulations last between 40 to 90 minutes, and can be used during a class session.
You can access our simulators through Internet, and we will provide you online support.
The simulation parameters are configurable by the instructor according to his/her class level.
Each simulation is complemented with teaching notes, slides, exercises and quizzes.
OUR CURRENT GAMES
[PricinGame experience was] enjoyable and useful for both students and instructors.
[During the PricinGame session], my students were engaged with the problems facing real-world revenue managers.
[Through the Soda Pop Game], my students became more appreciative on how difficult decision making in real world setting can be and their actual impacts. In my opinion, educational games are not just an effective learning tool, they are rather essential.
I think educational simulations are a very effective learning tool in the sense of motivating the students. PricinGame is like a hands-on experience for the students, and they can really try and execute by themselves different pricing strategies.
Some of the students that had been very quiet throughout the semester “came alive” and communicated more with each other than they had during formal classes up until then.
It is much easier for the students to understand the concepts through the game than a standard lecture.
We call it a game because it’s fun, but as a learning tool it is equally effective as a lecture, homework or a case study.
María Jesús González
The game is like a trial and error method, which allows you to learn more.
After a disappointment with a previous simulator, Peninsula College Operations Management’s teacher Rae Rawley had only a few days to find a new simulator for a class she was teaching.
Loosing money and failing are 2 of the biggest fears of every entrepreneur in the world… but what if they could practice how to venture with no risk? Students of entrepreneurship in Chile did it by playing the Venture Creation Game. Here’s the full story!
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