ALTERNATE REALITY TEACHING OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP

06-14-2017 16:53

Looking Glass is a new type of learning simulation for entrepreneurship that puts students in the role of entrepreneurs after the company founder that hired them mysteriously quits. Using our platform over three weeks in real time, students navigate strategic issues, legal challenges, and personnel decisions that tied to a dozen learning objectives – from understanding team structure to dealing with feedback from early customers. So far, a total of 270 MBAs, undergraduates, and part-time students played the game entirely anonymously (selecting their own names and identities), allowing them to experiment with leadership styles and approaches.  Engagement was very high: students sent over 30,000 emails and chats, and 2/3 of students surveyed indicated that Looking Glass was more engaging then traditional teaching methods, including cases. Looking Glass will be available widely in early 2017 for classroom use, more information will be available here:

http://simulations.wharton.upenn.edu/portfolio/looking-glass-art/

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