MonsoonSIM proudly announces that they have reached 89,142 learners worldwide!
As an award-winning business simulation and gamification education platform, MonsoonSIM has been used in business education since 2013. With 89,142 registered learners to date and a rapidly growing user base, MonsoonSIM certainly looks forward to continuing supporting and enriching the quality of education and experiential learning journey of students.
MonsoonSIM transforms the way educators teach. Instead of teaching with theory, educators can now allow the learners to conduct self-directed learning through simulation and gamification. Instead of creating course content, educators can now simply configure their course to suit their learners.
MonsoonSIM transforms the way students learn. Instead of learning through remembering or memorizing, students will now learn by doing and exploring. Focusing on experiential learning, MonsoonSIM encourages learners to take a step further from e-learning or simply taking notes via Powerpoint presentations, and into learning by practicing, experimenting and reflecting.
Learning business theories and concepts can be done in any classroom in any school or educational institution in the world, but an opportunity in which students can apply those business concepts and experience decision-making that simulates the real-world business environment cannot be executed or facilitated as smoothly and conveniently as with MonsoonSIM.
MonsoonSIM has hundreds of fundamental concepts applicable to any trading, distribution, eCommerce, manufacturing, and service business—all of which is expertly and brilliantly wrapped into an immersive business simulation with thirteen interconnected business departments.
Unique to the MonsoonSIM AI-based learning platform, this business simulation also offers multiple teaching modes, allowing a real-time switching between gamification and simulation modes. The Dual Teaching Mode feature of gamification and simulation enables effective, experiential learning for students and learners. While gamification is excellent in inspiring students to learn and explore, simulation is excellent for teaching specific situations. For example, to get the students to understand the concepts of logistics, it’s best to start with a logistics game. When the students have questions about a specific concept, such as auto-replenishment, the teacher can switch to simulation mode and run an auto-replenishment simulation to clarify the concept.
In MonsoonSIM, teachers can switch between gamification and simulation in real-time, transforming the teaching and learning of business concepts. Teachers can now become facilitators and motivators, defining and configuring the “business world” where learners operate in, whilst learners themselves can learn in an immersive, virtual "business world" where they interact, transact and compete with robots and other learners.
With all these advantages rolled into one business simulation and gamification education platform, and the addition of innovative features that take experiential learning via business simulation one step further, MonsoonSIM is certainly prepared to guide learners and help facilitators maximize the learning experience for students. With a convenient infrastructure built for easy learning and teaching, data analytics support with live data access in real-time, and having AI-based virtual teaching assistants, educators need only to decide what they’d like to teach for the day; whether it’s the basics, such as accounting with retail, or more advanced-level concepts, such as capital budgeting.
To find out more about MonsoonSIM’s business simulation and how it facilitates a unique experiential learning, you are cordially invited to observe a live demo and see firsthand the switching in a typical experiential learning and teaching process at the Gamification Europe 2021 conference, where MonsoonSIM’s CEO and Founder, Mr. Abdy Taminsyah, will be delivering the presentation “Real-time switching between gamification and simulation modes for effective experiential learning”.