Simulation-based Learning in Business Education -- MonsoonSIM Platform (Indonesia)

Are you looking for a new way to teach your students during this pandemic? Have you considered changing the way you teach?

Experts have suggested that only 10% of our knowledge is acquired through formal education, the rest are from experience and social learning. In MonsoonSIM, we truly believe in learning by experience! That is why we have developed MonsoonSIM, experiential learning and simulation platform, and it is now being used by over 75000 learners worldwide. Here are the three big transformations:

  • Learning by Theory to learning by Experiencing

  • Teachers become facilitator and motivators

  • Learning by Doing instead of learning by Theory

Join us to see how Mr Roy Poan, B.Sc., MBM from President University keeps his Finance Study Programs engaged and excited about learning using MonsoonSIM.

MonsoonSIM allows learners to operate their own companies in teams to learn through a dynamic simulation integrated with business concepts.

What's in the webinar

  • A live demo of MonsoonSIM from Mr Abdy Taminsyah

  • A brief overview of MonsoonSIM from Mr Roy Poan, B.Sc., MBM

  • QnA

The Event

When: September 17th (Thursday) - 10:00 - 11:30 AM Jakata Time

The Format

Zoom Meeting ( The Zoom Invitation will be sent upon registration ).

Special Offer

We will provide you with a 1-day FREE Workshop and e-Certificate at the end of this Webinar.

Register today and we will send you meeting details and links right to your email.

Introduction to MonsoonSIM

Here's a video on how we implement Experiential Learning for our learners


Abdy Taminsyah

Abdy is the founder of MonsoonSIM. Abdy has over 20 years of ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) experience and 10 years of research and development specifically in the area of using gamification for education.


Roy Poan, B.Sc., MBM

Roy is currently a senior lecturer, he teaches Business Operation Strategy and Financial at President University.

Fee : Free

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