Starting with practice to consolidate theory, developing skills quickly and in depth. This is the formative logic of the Square business game.
With the use of simulation, the complexity of reality can be reduced by enabling accelerated and in-depth understanding of theories, mechanisms, decision-making processes and business situations that are more difficult and time-consuming to learn.
Simulations facilitate and accelerate learning. The knowledge and skills developed through simulation are immediately usable and become an indelible part of the memory.
The Edgar Dale’s cone of learning shows that after two weeks, people remember 90 percent of what they learned by simulating an experience.