incorporation of 1 or 2 simulators in different subjects to offer experiences that integrate knowledge or facilitate the achievement of certain learning goals.
Each business simulator allows you to develop a specific set of skills based on its level of difficulty, its field of action, the defined business model, the sector environment, and other configurable elements. Based on the previous definition, it is possible to select the most appropriate simulators in each of the cycles. Naturally, the achievement of the planned objectives will require that each one of the simulation exercises be carried out according to the most effective pedagogical methodology for each case.
The following diagram shows, by way of example, on the mesh model of traditional subjects, the selection of the subjects considered key and the simulators recommended for each subject. For each simulation exercise it will be necessary to define the most convenient application methodology. The methodology must incorporate, at least, the schedule of activities, the expected learning in each case and the recommended evaluation method for each activity.
In a synthetic way, the following scheme shows how the student progresses in the level of difficulty and complexity of the simulator carried out, allowing him to apply his knowledge in different sectoral environments and business models.
In this way, it is possible to acquire, over successive simulations, a broad set of skills that are progressively built on previous experiences.
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