🤔 Who likes the play-and-learn approach?
🙌 The participants in play-based training because they experience first-hand and become actors in the learning process: involved in the activities they learn, play and have fun.
🙌 Teachers and trainers because they find themselves creative, even daring, in diverting an existing game and inventing their own games for pedagogical purposes.
💪💪The pleasure of learning with ludo pedagogy is twofold: for the learner and for those who teach at school or train in companies. And of course for me!
✨ Play allows a generally positive climate that makes work easier for everyone. ✨
It became apparent during the first Italian Masterclass in Ludo Pedagogy that I organized at the IC3 school in Modena.
A CampuStore Academy and PLAYNBE Facilitation collaboration, for which I am very grateful to Lisa Lanzarini, Cosimo Ribezzo, and Mirta Pagliaro. 🙏
In two days, we learned:
👉 the importance of #play and #playfulness as a form of #learning, at home, at school, and at work
👉 the key arguments for seriously introducing play in organizations
👉 the types of play and how to turn them into serious learning tools
👉how to introduce, facilitate and debrief a serious game
✌We then played with the play’s mechanisms, inventing new ready-made games to teach the value of #communication and the importance of #diversity in groups.
🚀 It was quite a journey into the world of play and learning.
This first Masterclass was aimed primarily at teachers.
A specific Masterclass for corporate trainers and managers is coming soon: how to make meetings and training more engaging, collaborative, and effective by strategically adopting serious play and play mechanisms?
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