Experiential Learning
Web Series

Special Mentions

Teaching is about bringing positive change to economies and people's lives. Experiential Simulations wishes to celebrate those professors who are using experiential learning including simulations. The following professors have come to our attention as those who are using new approaches, and sparking inspiration in their students..

Our Heroines and Heroes

Experiential Simulations wishes to celebrate these professors.

Ethics Simulation

- Robert Heller, Oglethorpe University, Georgia
- Kyle Murphy, Pepperdine University, California
- Roger Weber, Howard Community College, Maryland
- Doan Winkel, Illinois State University, Illinois

Ethics Simulation

- Colin Jones, University of Tasmania, Commonwealth of Australia

Ethics Simulation

- Nigel Adams, Buckingham University, UK - Simon Brookes, Portsmouth University, UK
- Joan Lockyer, Coventry University, UK
- Eugene Moturnak, National Mining University, Ukraine
- Andrew Penaluna, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, UK
- Thijs Peeters, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
- Anna Svirina, Kazan State Technical University, Russia
- John Thompson, Emeritus Professor, Huddersfield University, UK
- Tom Williamson, Coventry University, UK

Check out our Experiential Learning Heroine or Hero webseries
Nigel Adams, University of Buckingham, UK

Andy Penaluna, swansea metropolitan university, UK

Anna Svirina, Kazan State Technical University, Russia


Tom Williamson, Coventry University, UK


Kyle Murphy, Pepperdine University, California
Project Management Simulation

What are people saying?

"I played the Traction simulation and I really liked the way it combines several important entrepreneurial aspects."

Project Management Simulation

Daniel Fischer
Doctoral Candidate
Leibniz University of Hanover
Faculty of Economics and Management

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Project Management Simulation