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IMC Simulation

Understand connections.

Realistic images make it possible to gather information about the real world. Developments over time become visible with the help of the simulation.


Simplify complexity.
Also makes complex issues an experience. And therefore understandable.

See what happens.
The consequences of your decisions become visible

Learn from mistakes.
Experimenting and trying in a safe framework.


Realistic images make it possible to gather information about the real world.

Train soft skills by confronting tasks that require more than knowledge - as in real life.

Achieve success together by working on tasks in a team and celebrating achievements.

The learner decides between free exploration or being shown how things work.

Makes developments visible through medium and long-term associations to understand processes.

Make decisions and experience the consequences risk-free to learn from mistakes.


Integration & Tracking.
Integration possible into every learning management system. Document learning successes with detailed tracking.

Flexible.
Adaptations and expansions possible at all times. Content therefore stays up-to-date.

Mobile Learning.
Optimal running capability on mobile devices as well - and therefore learning anytime and anywhere.


Best Practices: Learn from others

What will our environment be like in 50 years’ time and what impact does our own behavior and climate change have on our everyday lives? The online simulation game “Water Management in Times of Climate Change” gives those interested a chance to answer these questions by playing the role of a regional advisor for water management.

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For more information, you can also visit the “Game-based Learning” and “Mobile Learning” topic areas.