Leading, Managing, Selling, Certifying
Tackling your organization's performance gaps
by combining the most effective educational elements of
serious games, micro-simulations and branching stories.
Aldrich and his work have been featured in...
The Pedagogy for the Next Generation.
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We provide custom and off-the-shelf Short Sims, and consulting, to organizations across industries—corporate, military, academic, government, non-profit—including...
The Baby Boomer era gave us online courses that spoke the passive language of teaching and problems, using lectures and workbooks.
Now, Short Sims fill the gaps by speaking the active language of real-world learning and solutions.
From Clark's Blog
On Short Sims...
On Aldrich's Simulation Work...
"Aldrich has done it again. He has created a solution that makes the room go quiet."
- Karl Kapp, Instructional Technology Professor, Bloomsburg University
"You know what I wish? If we had it to do over, I wish that the 'e-Learning' business had started with this. That this was the first thing trainers and training departments and creators of authoring tools had seen."
- Jane Bozarth, Director of Research, The Learning Guild
House Style: Vector
Short Sims Creator Clark Aldrich
Clear. Action focused. Visual. Experiential. Engaging. Intuitive. Flexible. Sane.
Short Sims are short simulations that teach leadership, certification, sales, and management skills. They are quick to play (about 7 minutes), easy to deploy, and are more effective than traditional online content.
They build competence and conviction, not just awareness and analysis.
Short Sims—platform-independent, non-proprietary, and easily shared—change the affordances of education yet feel familiar, because they mirrors how we learn in the real world.
The creator of the pedagogy, Clark Aldrich, is the world's most experienced designer of educational simulations and an award-winning industry researcher.
Patent and Books by Clark Aldrich
What if we got schools wrong? Aldrich's fifth book - Unschooling Rules - is listed as one of the 20 most influential in Mr. Charles Koch's book Believe in People for its rethinking of education.