Blog Category // Science of Learning (2)

A 24-Hour Race to the CapsimInbox Finish Line

By Caroline Kurdej I’ve written stories on ultrarunners that compete in 24+ hour races, spanning hundreds, if not thousands ...

Why Student Retention is Still a Problem in Higher Education (And What To Do About It)

Student retention is a long-standing problem costing academic institutions serious money. How much?  Because I’m a ...

Real-World' E-Learning Through Microsimulations Webcast

Imagine you can evaluate your employees by how well they respond to situations through emails and instant messages. With ...

Is Dropping Out of College the Key to Entrepreneurial Success?

While much of the world feels like it’s crumbling to pieces, Amazon’s success during the pandemic has propelled Jeff Bezos ...

The Best Online Tools and Platforms for Educators

By Shannon Kidwell With the global pandemic presenting a clear threat to educators and students worldwide, many schools are ...

How to Get the Most Out of Team Projects (and Retain Your Sanity) in Virtual Environments

It’s challenging enough during “normal” times to create a learning environment where students are highly engaged, thinking ...

Evolving Education with Online Learning

It’s been a tough year. From COVID-19, to social injustice, and online classes — our environment continually changes. What’s ...

How to Build Authentic Assessments in Inbox

By Brendan Langen, Director of Product Design & Development at Capsim A great thing about creating a useful tool is its ...

Authentic Assessment: The Ultimate Guide

Students are unprepared for careers. They enter the workforce feeling “exhausted,” “lost,” and “anxious,” according to a ...

A New Tool for Thought

By Brendan Langen, Director of Product Design & Development at Capsim Let’s briefly talk about tools for thought. From a ...

Custom vs Off-the-Shelf Simulations – Part 2

In Part 1 of Custom versus Off-the-Shelf Simulations, I talked about why it is important to partner with a learning provider ...