The main pedagogical goals of the simulation are:
The enthusiastic participation in this project of all faculty members is an essential ingredient for the success of the simulation.
THE ROLE OF THE SIMULATION LEAD TEAM (SLT):
A team of two or three faculty members will lead all and coordinate all simulation related activities. Their names will be made available at the beginning of the simulation.
THE ROLE OF THE FACULTY TEAM LEADER (FTL):
The FTL is the student team's guide, instructor, motivator, and major cheerleader. Prior to and during simulation he/she should instruct the students in the dynamics of teamwork, arbitrate team conflicts if they arise, help students smoothly adjust to teamwork. The main role of the FTL during the simulation is to make sure the team did its research and prepared its positions and negotiation strategy. The FTL should encourage brainstorming discussions to help students understand and appreciate the complexities of the topics discussed, and the international business negotiation process.
As part of the simulation faculty team, the FTL has to communicate often (e-mail, phone, etc.) with the FTLs of the other teams. Good communications among all participants are essential for a successful simulation. The full logistic support of each college in the areas of: simulation space, computer facilities, software, research materials, foreign language help, etc. are extremely important for a good team participation.
SUGGESTED MILESTONE RELATED ACTIVITIES:
A) Before simulation start:
B) During the simulation:
C) During feedback and simulation closing:
Although all the above might seem quite a bit of work, FTLs participating in previous simulations have experienced a great deal of satisfaction in helping to create a new learning experience, interfacing on an international multi-university project, seeing their students highly motivated and learning so much. The Globetech-7 simulation can achieve the same. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Prof. Roxanne Jacoby at: email@example.com