Refine Skill Practice Using Simulations
Simulations are a form of scenario-based learning that engage learners in decision-making exercises, skill practice, and real-world scenarios.
This gives learners a chance for trial and error. They can learn from their mistakes in a safe environment as they upskill and reskill in efforts to make organizations more scalable, faster.
The experience of learning from mistakes is the most powerful and effective way to drive meaningful impact, helping organizations get the best results from scenario-based learning.
What Experts Say
Industry Researchers Agree – Experience is the Name of the Game
More and more leading industry analysts are discussing the power of experience and simulations.
Josh Bersin recently argued that organizations should let AI focus on information-level learning, while L&D teams focus more on developing that deep skill development.
What is a Learning Simulation?
Simulations give learners decision-making practice, so they can learn from mistakes in a safe environment. This type of learning experience is what improves performance and drives new mindsets and behaviors.
The Future of Skills
The top 10 skills on the rise are oriented towards higher-order cognitive skill development.
These are skills that are uniquely human and personal, and that cannot be developed without significant human experience and context.
Simulations, not traditional learning, are the ideal form of learning for creating those experiences.
Source: World Economic Forum
Science of Simulations
Neuroscience Highlights 5 Reasons Why Sims Work
- Simulations grab your attention because they feel personally relevant. You are put in decisions that feel like the same challenges in your own real work environment
- Simulations trigger deep reflection that ultimately drives self-generated insights… and for adult learners, self-generated insights are key.
- Simulations are effective because your performance, in the form of choices and decisions, is meaningful. Actions that are meaningful drive memory, encoding, recall, and retention.
- Simulation scenarios are challenging because there is usually no one right answer like 1+1=2. Instead, there are trade-offs, competing priorities, and multiple perspectives to consider.
- Simulation are designed to provide the right amount of stress, challenge and pressure to ensure cognitive engagement – without creating cognitive overload.
Real Life Practice Drives Results
Sim-based experiential learning has become the preferred choice by organizations worldwide to develop critical skills, mindsets, and behaviors.
The impact speaks for itself:
DIY or Let Regis Lead for You
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