TeacherSims for Current Teacher Professional Development

Including simulations in your schools professional development program will allow current teachers to practice dealing with challenging scenarios in a safe space. Simulations can be used in group meetings, asynchronously, or both. Simulations are proven to improve judgment and decision-making so that current teachers can be better prepared for the challenges of the job.

Provide Experiential Learning Opportunities for Current Teachers Using SchoolSims

TeacherSims FAQ

The following are some of the most frequently asked questions about our TeacherSims simulation library. To learn more, please fill out the form above.

Why Simulations for Teachers?

Many teachers have a natural curiosity for what happens when the principal’s door is closed. Teachers who experience SchoolSims tend to come away with a broader perspective of what happens at the building-level, promoting a more positive culture and climate.

What Do Our TeacherSims Topics Include?

Our TeacherSims topics include:

  • Classroom management
  • Diversity
  • Special education
  • IEPs
  • Student in crisis
  • Instruction
  • Parent conferences
  • Challenging conversations

Preview the simulation library here.

How Can TeacherSims Be Used?

Our simulations can be deployed in facilitated group sessions where the group collectively decides on a course of action. They can also be assigned and viewed asynchronously as part of an individual’s personal professional development plan. Either way, our simulations provide a risk-free environment through software simulations where participants have an opportunity to fail as they face difficult situations.

Check out our best practices here.

Who Should Use It?

SchoolSims simulations are an excellent resource for current teachers in a K12 school.

How Do I Get Trained?

SchoolSims will provide training on our simulation library, how and when to use the simulations, and a one-hour session on how to facilitate simulations with Dr. David De Jong, the Chair of Educational Leadership at the University of South Dakota.

How Much Does it Cost?

SchoolSims pricing is based on the number of participants in the cohort that will utilize the simulations.

Our Teacher Simulations Align With Professional Standards Such as CAEP and InTASC

CAEP and InTASC Standards

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Preview a Snippet From Our Disruptive Teacher Simulation

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Learn How You Can Get Started Using Simulations In Your Teacher's Professional Development Programs

Individual Purchase
For only $75, get started with TeacherSims today.


Access to 5 simulations of your choice for just $75.

This is for individual, asynchronous use only and cannot be shared with additional participants or utilized in a classroom setting.

Premium Features:

  • Access to 5 simulations of your choice for just $75
  • Asynchronous usage
  • Onboarding and facilitator training at no cost
  • Access to monthly webinars with ed leadership experts and peers from around the country
  • 24/7 support