When you put our simulations into your curriculum, you establish a new contract with your students. You are saying it is no longer sufficient to just memorize and recall facts, you must learn to deal with values, feelings, and use higher order cognitive skills to solve problems and make judgments. Here’s a summary of what happens in each of our educational simulations. Our online store is exclusively for qualified educational and charitable organizations. Select one of the following simulations for more information:
|When participants finish BaFa’BaFa’®, they know what it feels like to be the one person in a group who is different. They understand how easily stereotypes can be developed and what must be done to overcome them. Customers|
|Rafa’Rafa’ is a simplified version of BaFa’BaFa’ and therefore better suited for younger students. Customers|
|Power of Leadership is a real time, face to face, non-computer based simulation that helps students understand the value and dangers a leader faces when he or she attempts to use the power that goes with a position. Reusable Director’s Kit includes a tri-board and a briefcase full of materials. Customers
Power of Leadership Participant Materials (1) include a guide to use in the simulation and during the debriefing. These participant materials can be ordered in any increment. The participant materials are consumable. The materials are always available and usually ship within one business day of receiving an order.
|Guns or Butter helps students understand current events at a visceral level. It’s one experience for a student to see a news report on North Korea’s plan for nuclear development; it’s quite another to see such a report and be able to feel as though you’ve been through a similar experience and can understand the pressures felt and decisions that leaders made in creating the situation. Customers
|What Is No? Director’s Kit (includes 5 participant workbooks)During What is NO?® participants discuss the intentional and unintentional ways misunderstandings and hostile environments are created and ways to develop cultures in which both genders are respected. Customers
What Is No? Participant Workbooks (set of 5)
When participants finish Where Do You Draw The Line? they have a better understanding of the real criteria that people use when they make ethical decisions and the impact of those criteria on societal institutions. Customers
Contact us for information on any of these simulations.