I'm planning on using Empty Epsilon as a teamwork/communications skills event with high school students so I've written up more detailed instructional handouts as part of a light-roleplaying scenario. I thought someone else might benefit from it, so here it is:https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Rpv0VpMH433eAixvax3i3ECtyURWujpO
It's a big doc, but it's not intended to be read all at once - The plan is to assign them to groups and then give them the first page. Then let them work in their group to select roles, then each player will be given the detailed instructions for that role before going on the simulators.
Because it's schoolkids, I think the hardest part is going to be getting them to communicate effectively (kinda the point of it too) so I've included lots of tips on how to communicate effectively.
As well as sharing it with you all, I'd love any hints or tips from anyone who's tried similar things, or if anyone spots a mistake in the manuals please let me know!