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The Power of Competition: Simulations in the Classroom

Provide Students with Practical Experience

Competitions can be a great motivator for students whether against their classmates, against their personal best scores, or in competitions hosted by CTSOs such as DECA and FBLA. Not to mention that practical experience takes the cake as the best way to acquire knowledge and skills. But how can you provide this level of engagement and experience to more than just a handful of high school students? That’s just what educators Gerri Kimble and Louis DiCesare have been able to do in their schools. Tune in to this webinar replay to hear from two educators who have been able to engage and motivate their learners while giving them access to invaluable experiences in a no-risk environment to foster learning.


Gerri M. Kimble, Business Academy Instructor, Hoover High School

Louis DiCesare, Business Teacher, Contact Teacher, DECA Advisor, W. Irondequoit High School

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Regina Smart, Agriscience Teacher
Westlake High School and Lake Charles Boston Academy

“eDynamic Learning courses are entertaining and well-designed. They encourage students to explore facets of their interests that they may otherwise not be able to explore; this allows students to learn something that tracks with what they may intend to do in the future. I use my eDynamic Learning courses to enhance the growth mindset of my students. The content is fascinating for the students, and I can help them create practical, modern-day connections between the content and their interests.  In addition, because the content is sound and student-friendly to navigate, I can focus my energy on teaching students analysis, communication, and life skills.”

Katherine Larson, English & Theater Instructor
North Dakota Center for Distance Education

“eDynamic Learning provides strong foundational content and a variety of resources to guide instruction. To address the diverse strengths, abilities, and challenges of all students, eDynamic Learning makes it easy to differentiate instruction, incorporate enrichment activities and offer multiple options for students to showcase their learning.”

Nancy A. Ortner, MSEd, TOSA Career Technical Education
Visions In Education

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