What is Business Model Game?
The business model game builds upon the "Business Model Canvas" tool and relies on interaction and creative conversation among students.
Playing the game will learn studetns how to build their own business model based on their own idea or a challenge they want to solve. It will also encourge students to collaborate with their peers as well as train their reflection and argumentation skills.
How it works
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It can be argued that teachers shift back and forth between four different roles when facilitating game for educational purposes. These are the role as mentioned below.
Things to consider
When facilitating the business model game in class, you may find it helpful to consider your own roles during game play by asking yourself questions such as:
- How should the game be introduced?
- How do I communicate the intended learning outcomes to students? And what are they?
- How do students need to prepare for the class?
- How do I make sure the energy level doesn't drop during game play?
- How can I challenge students during game play?
- How can I make sure everyone's on track?
- How do I plan to sum up?
How many students can play the game simultaneously?
Every time a game has been played, one game board will go missing. Category cards from each game box can be divided into smaller piles. Other cards can be shared among groups or be facilitated by the teacher. This will allow multiple groups of students to play the game simultaneously.
Each game box contains:
1 instruction card
A selected number of game boards
12 inspiration cards
11 rule cards (two of them “inspiration rule cards”)
12 category cards “Revenue Stream”
12 category cards “Channels”
12 category cards “Customer relationships”
12 category cards “Customers”
11 category cards “Partners”
12 category cards “Resources”
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