an internationally awarded mobile-supported Edu-game featured at several international occurrences
IT-Supported Edu-game - Workshop
In an exciting way, participants learn to solve challenges required to bring balance in preserving the environment, economical excelling, bringing cultural vibrance, and social benefits. This IT-supported interactive game develops Sustainable Development skills through creative teamwork.
Play Sustainability! (among other efforts of our team in the field of Sustainable Development) was acknowledged by honoring "ReMaking Tesla / ChaOS" as a Cross-Cultural Ambassador of UNESCO Club at Sorbonne University (a list including Nobel Prize winners and distinguished individuals).
It won a grant from the UiO : Energy / UiO : University of Oslo, to be part of the Oslo European Green Capital 2019.
Participants are learning of and experiencing UN Sustainable Development Goals through solving real-world problems. They are experiencing multidisciplinary work from the perspective of taking one of 4 roles of 4 Sustainable Dev pillars and trying not to make world unsustainable by their solutions. Players use playing cards, physical map, and technology, and go through experiential learning, or Problem/Challenge Based Learning.
Participants are also experiencing collective + individual development, through raising awareness, an embodiment of the goals, and dialogue. We apply methodologies like discovery-driven learning, Machine learning, Natural Language Processing, Self-determination theory, lateral thinking, and more.
The game develops creative thinking, multidisciplinary collaboration, sustainable project development, collective problem-solving.
It relies on performance activism and (collaborative) socially engaged art to improve motivation, community building, and crowdfunding for the participants' work.
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More of our Sustainability/Climate Actions at https://cha-os.org/play-sustainability