Courses with implemented Business Simulation Games differ from traditional, theoretical classes. “Such classes differ mainly in the use of modern methods and tools in the process of educating students, which, of course, does not only come down to technological issues, but, what is the most important, to didactics. As a Mentor in a simulation, I act as a Tutor where I listen, ask questions and actively explain. During lessons with the use of simulations, it is also possible to use Peer tutoring, i.e. a special form of collaborative learning. Thanks to this method both me as a Mentor/Tutor and my students develop knowledge and skills. The above-mentioned methods (Tutoring/Peer Tutoring) are currently in the phase of intensive development (interest) both at the ministerial and university level, constituting the direction of didactics development “. – notes Monika Łęska.