StarPower has been used by businesses, consultants and government all over the world and may be one of the most played simulations of all time. Learn more about using the schools and charities version of StarPower here. 103rd ESC205th MI Brigade21st Signal Brigade3 Com32nd Med Brigade - Ft Sam Houston3D MDSC45th Contracting Squadron633d Air Base Wing EEO7th Transportation Group84th Training Command88th Regional Readiness Command89th Sustainment Brigade8th Transportation BrigadeAbbot LaboratoriesAdvance Consulting NetworkAdvantage Performance GroupAetnaAll American FinancialAllied SignalAllied Signal - LORIAllied Signal - PAAllied Signal -VAAlticor, Inc.Amer-i-can of New York Inc.AMERITECHAmoco Corp.Arco ArenaArmy National GuardAscend Development GroupATECBacon and AssociatesBank of [...]
By R. Garry Shirts, Ph.D. In 1969 I was asked by the National Council of Social Studies to develop a simulation game to help students understand racism. They wanted me to introduce the new game at their national convention. I felt invincible in those days, so I agreed to do it in the short amount of time that was available to me. In my first attempt, I developed a scenario, based on an actual incident, in which a black high school student and a white student got in an argument over a supposed racial slur by the white student. The incident [...]
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An experiential simulation can be a wonderful training method. But it’s easy to create one that is not as effective as it could be. Here are some suggestions for improving your chances of being successful.
Today, my goal is to give you some suggestions for creating a new school culture in which staff members, teachers and students feel safe, feel valued and have the opportunity to be as productive and creative as each person wants to be.