|Participants join a course in one of two roles.||
Investor & CEO
|Interact in a fictional stock market combining entrepreneurs (sharing business ideas and managing companies) with investors (seeking to learn from and invest in companies).|
|Review and give feedback to CEOs on pitch deck and business plan.|
|Analyze news articles and evaluate CEO responses and market impact.|
|Reflect on investment rationale and awareness of other investors' reflections.|
|Download / Adapt three free pitch deck samples.|
|Complete guided assignments to finish and share a pitch deck and/or business plan.|
|Learn from feedback from participants and instructors.|
|Your goal: Ending with the highest share price.|
|Your goal: Maximizing your portfolio by investing in companies, mutual funds, and CDs.|
CEO & Investor: $1.00
This course is free. Interested participants can join by completing this short form.
This course is recommended for any prospective instructor on our educational site (www.simceo.org).
It is mandatory for any prospective instructor who desires to lead a course on our public site at www.courses.simceo.org
The course can be completed in 2-3 hours, but takes place over a 14 day period. Users can complete the tasks and get feedback at their convenience. Users will learn the operational / navigational features of simCEO. Additionally, users will be learn the unique pedagogical type of project-based learning that leverages simCEO unique platform, and learn how to set up student learning tasks to take advantage of this to produce transformational learning.
All users will assume the role of a student, and then transition into the role of an instructor. Users will finish the course with a completed framework for YOUR prospective simCEO course, including feedback from the simCEO administrators and other user course participants (prospective instructors) to provide improvements to your initial ideas.
Outcomes/Objectives: At the end of this course, each user will be able to:
- Understand the unique learning model that simCEO represents, and how to best leverage this model to maximize learning.
- Customize the simulation’s environment and assignments to solicit unique, personalized student responses, ensuring a variety of contexts for content to be applied.
- Understand the difference between assignments and tasks which
- Demonstrate content recall/summary, compared to
- Demonstrate content application in one context, compared to
- Demonstrate content application and product/solution development within a student’s context.
- Understand the basic navigation elements of simCEO, including
- How instructors:
- select and set dates for their course
- add resources for students
- add assignments for students
- use the grade book
- give students feedback / communicate.
- can influence stock prices, if desired
- How students:
- Create a “company” / Share a solution.
- Research each other’s company
- How students buy/sell shares of a company
- How students give feedback to each other.
- Plan their own course in our Course Planning Template (if desired) and understand the basic timeline of a simCEO course / simulation, including:
- Registration Process for instructors and students
- Course Set-Up
- Typical instructor actions during the course
- Typical student actions within the course
- End the course with the framework and basic elements for their own course, including
- A course environment (time/place)
- Learning outcomes
- Student resources
- Assignments (private and public)
- News articles
- Assessment techniques (if desired)
Learning should be fun and relevant.
Our interactive, dynamic environment keeps learning active for instructors and students, allowing customizations and adaptations along the way to target specific skills at specific levels of complexity.
Most importantly, our learning platform transforms learning from the traditional… to the real world.
Students finish our courses with tangible experience, taking action and creating products they can use in the future. Additionally, they have the opportunity to receive feedback on what they create from a variety of users - helping to fine-tune the quality and message.
Learning is more than summarizing content understanding. It is demonstrated by how effectively we can apply that content into a tangible product that is valued by others. That’s how learning is in the real world, and we think it’s time online learning took a big step in that direction.
If you are an instructor, and interested in offering a course using our platform, reach out and learn more.