Watch a Facilitated Simulation

Every month, we host webinars in which a thought leader in educational leadership leads a simulation from our SchoolSims Library of Simulations. Schools from all over the country have requested facilitated sessions for their professional development meetings, in which an educational leadership specialist will lead a simulation for them. Having an expert facilitate a simulation encourages debate and allows participants to convey their emotions while participating in the simulation. Past facilitated simulation sessions led by industry leaders from across the country are listed below. Do you want to be a part of one? We hold facilitated sessions almost every month; to see our upcoming events, go to our events page here, or to request a guided session, go to this page here.

Facilitated Simulation: Cultural Competency

Facilitated Simulation: Girl's Basketball Coach

Above, you can watch Dr. David De Jong, the Chair of Educational Leadership at the University of South Dakota, facilitate our Cultural Competency and Girl’s Basketball Coach simulations. Dr. De Jong has facilitated thousands of simulations as a part of his educational leadership program and hundreds of school districts across the country.

Facilitated Simulation: Stakeholder Management

Above, you can watch Dr. Patrese A. Mason, Creator of 5DMASONMODEL™, and Balanced & Brave CEO™, CEO of a consultancy, coaching, and speaking USA based firm, former principal and administrator whose experience spans from pre-kindergarten to college-readiness in urban, suburban, and rural school districts, facilitate our Stakeholder Management simulation.

Facilitated Simulation: Post-Prom Prank

Above, you can watch Chris Hancock, Head of Benchmark School, facilitate our Post-Prom Prank simulation.

Facilitated Simulation: Building Inclusive Classrooms: Defending Challenged Books

Above, you can watch Dr. Gretchen McAllister, and Dr. Hoda Harati of Northern Arizona University facilitate our Building Inclusive Classrooms: Defending Challenged Books simulation.