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Activities & Lessons
Free Play, Cooperation, & Well-Being
Prepared for Conference to Restore Humanity! 2023 by Drs. Matthew Farber & Tracy Fullerton
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Rethink what's possible in classroom design through the lens of video games.
This course delves into the profound significance of play as a conduit for exploring, comprehending, and reshaping the world. With an emphasis on its personal and transformative nature, the course illuminates how play fosters unique individual connections with the world, fostering knowledge, innovation, and personal growth.
Museum of Me (curriculum for the game, What Remains of Edith Finch)