In simulation games, the participants playfully simulate a decision-making process according to their assigned role (e.g. as a politician). Through personal experience and participation, it becomes considerably easier to memorise the learning material.
What can be achieved through simulation games:
- stimulating a sustainable interest in politics through the positive game experience;
- developing and fostering a democratic position;
- providing knowledge on political structures, processes and topics;
- exercising practical skills and abilities such as speaking freely, leading negotiations or analysing texts;
- building social abilities, such as empathy, team work, self-reliance, or the courage to take the initiative.
What makes our simulation activities and games so special:
- Comprehensive scenarios and well-structured hand out materials. These help the participants to swiftly find identification with their role and task.
- Structured processes that help the participants to not get lost in the complex decision-making.
- Detailed evaluation helps the participants to reflect on their experience, to compare it with reality, and to use it for future observations.
- Guidelines and workshops for team members to help them prepare in the best way.
- It goes without saying that we can also provide the service of conducting the game ourselves.