I am amazed at the complexity of the program -- not only can you select your aircraft, with realistic proportions and controls, but you can also choose which airport to fly out of, what weight to adjust your aircraft to, what weather you will fly in... you can even choose to have some random "failures" at certain points in the game, so that you can practise your emergency procedures!
As I was fiddling with this thing, I thought, "wouldn't it be something to have a classroom simulator"??!! You know, for student teachers, or just anyone, really, who wants to improve their teaching.
You could choose the grade level, and select whether to be subject specific, or integrated. You could decide how many students in your class (would have to be realistic -- at least 20, but you could pick a number up to 36), and the combination of boys:girls. Then you decide on the ratio and make up of Spec Ed and ELLs, and away you go!
How fun would it be to practise different classroom management techniques ("okay kids, line up" -- and a bunch of students start pushing and shoving) or try out some different instructional methods ("alright boys and girls, we're going to make a concept map now about... whatever" and then two of the virtual students yell out that they don't have a pencil and three other kids tell you to F-off). Very nice, don't you think?