Seminar 2 – the potential of games for change

This event took place in Sept 2020. Its purpose was to connect Theories of Change in education with the potential of games and playful approaches to enabling that change.

You can find recordings of the presentations and a summary of the event below.

The co-design part of this seminar fed into an analysis of stakeholder needs for the ACT Toolkit. You can read much more about this in our blog post here: A toolkit for change – user needs analysis

Theories of Change: Stories from the field, Karen Laing & Prof Liz Todd

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What’s in a game? Designing games to make a difference, Joanne Craven

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Playful and Gameful Education: Seriously? Prof Sylvester Arnab

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