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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
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