Tag Archives: games

Gaming the Rules

Rules are conventionally meant to be read, understood, and adhered to. Turning them into a ‘game’ may therefore sound somewhat subversive, but this was the root of my idea* for a final project, to be practically applied at Yokohama International … Continue reading

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One Degree of Separation: Connecting Roald Dahl, Students, and the World

                                                                The Game How do we learn best? How can we be better connected, better collaborators and more creative?  Inspired by Jane McGonigal’s book, Reality is Broken, I reshaped a Grade 6 project as a ‘game’ to answer these questions. … Continue reading

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