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Students play a game to become familiar with the concept and context
Educators lead students through an interactive, multiplayer version of the same game, in-person or online
Students re-attempt game to reinforce learning
Our our interactives are designed to be engaging, simple, and intuitive, with a focus on play and experimentation.
No instructions necessary.
Engaging and explorable content can significantly reduce the cognitive load and anxiety around learning.
We believe that truly interactive lectures and webinars should involve more than just live polling.
All of our interactives can be used in live mode, a real-time multiplayer version that is completely controlled by the lecturer.
Use them to create amazing synchronous learning experiences: online, in interactive lessons and activites, or face-to-face in lectures and classrooms.
Our interactives and simulations are built specifically for the business curriculum.
We harness the mechanics of the concept itself to drive the gameplay: for instance, in our Supply & Demand game, students are challenged to find the equilibrium of an unseen supply and demand model.
Mastering the game and truly understanding the concept become one and the same.
Our content can be deployed real-time in lectures or accessed by students in their own time, on campus or online
Interactives feature engaging game elements such as rewards, random chance, and instant feedback, encouraging students to make repeated attempts to master the content
Customise and deploy interactives in minutes -- our platform takes care of the infrastructure and logistics
Any number of students can participate in real time using their own mobile devices: laptop, tablet, or smartphone
Students earn and spend a platform currency with real value, enabling realistic profit incentives for decision making
Our secure platform has been battle-tested with large lecture cohorts