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Collaboration Simulations

Provide Opportunities
for Collaboration

Experience Virtual Business
Simulations in a whole new way.

Now more than ever, students need opportunities to interact in social situations – to collaborate, communicate, and practice teamwork.Heading

Interpersonal Skills for College & Career Readiness

  •  Self-Awareness      
  • Social Awareness      
  • Self-Management
  •  Responsible Decision-Making      
  • Relationship Skills

With Collaboration Simulations, Students Won’t Work Independently.

Run your own team competitions with your class (in-person or remotely) and support interpersonal skills for college and career readiness.

How to use Collaboration Simulations:

  • Capstone Project
  • Class Competitions
  • VBS Competition Practice
  • Station Rotation
  • Extra Credit
  • Extension Activities

With Collaboration Simulations, Each Student Plays a Role in the Company

  • Each team member must take on a different aspect of the business
  • Teams must brainstorm, execute, and operate in partnership
  • Students must plan their business approach collectively, talk through strategies, and obstacles

Student Testimonials

Irondequoit High School

Cayden compares her experiences at a professional sport event to what she learned through the Knowledge Matters Virtual Simulations. She enjoyed seeing how what she learned applied in the real world. Cayden also explains how she is motivated to take her career in a certain direction thanks to the simulations.

Hoover High School

Marley describes how she was able to apply what she learned through the Knowledge Matters simulations to her retail experience working at Forever 21. The Simulations excite her about learning business through fashion and retail since that is something she is passionate about.

Hoover High School

Nick from Hoover High School uses the real life skills he learns through the Knowledge Matters simulations in his job at a restaurant and shares how they can prepare him for a future in business.

Hillsboro Deering High School

Mason shares how the Knowledge Matters Simulations helped him realize what career path he could take and how he can incorporate his love for sports in his future.