In the previous Capsim Spotlight, we highlighted the use of CapsimInbox by Anna Parkman, Senior Lecturer at The Ohio State University, to tackle three critical problems in higher education. If you would like to revisit Anna Parkman’s spotlight, you can
Recently, we had the opportunity to interview Anna Parkman, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics at The Ohio State University, to gather her thoughts and experience with the implementation of CapsimInbox, a simulation-based soft skills
Experiential learning, or learning through experience, is a hot topic in the education industry due to its effectiveness in preparing students for the challenges that come post-graduation. This instructional method allows students to develop the knowledge and skills that improve
The Rundown Horacio Fenton and Oscar Figueroa of IDEMESIS, Capsim’s official partner in Mexico, trained four professors at the Universidad Tecnológica del Retoño this past month. A total of 71 graduating students in the 2-year undergraduate program, Técnico Superior Universitario
According to Professor Harold Harlow, students who enter the Capsim Challenge not only deepen their learning experience, each of his finalists from Wingate University in North Carolina has gone on to “perform above their peers in our group of colleges
One defining aspect of Capsim is staying power. The many professors who become long-term users demonstrate the relevance of Capsim business simulations over time.
When Professor Robert Björklund suggested that Woodbury University integrate Capsim business simulations throughout their entire business school curriculum in 2003, he heard some disagreement from others in the business school. Faculty was concerned that the simulations may be a duplicate
In the center of the United States – in Iowa – a consciousness-based learning university is proving their MBA program has the capabilities to compete with the best business schools in the world. By scoring in the 99th percentile in