I came across a short video from a non-profit organization Magic Bus India, that allows slumchildren in India to play and learn essential life skills while playing fun games and sports.
This particular exercise opens the discussion with the children about obstacles they face when they want to go to school. It’s a perfect example of the power of Playful Experiential Learning. First there’s an explanation of the game, then after they played the game, they are invited to reflect on the experience and from that they gain insights. From the insights, they choose their (different) actions in real life. The results of these programs are that a lot more children are going to school, feel much better about themselves and are better teamplayers. I wish more of our educationsystem would adopt this kind of learning.
With playful greetings,
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