Tag Archives: critical thinking
Qyandary is a game developed by the Learning Games Network, a non-profit spin-off of the MIT Education Arcade and the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Games+Learning+Society Program. The game aims to strengthen the moral compass of the children by making difficult decisions on issues where there are no right or wrong answers only consequences.
[ May 15, 2012; ] Each year, Never Again Rwanda (NAR) hosts a 2 week Peace building Institute that brings together 30 Rwandan and American university students in Kigali.
Participants answer the question “What can Rwanda teach the world?” Through readings of a shared set of texts, site visits, lectures and group discussions, participants will explore themes of genocide, transitional justice, [...]
The resource is a case study about developing a compelling learning experience. The aim of the learning experience is “to enable students to drive the learning process through astute questioning and critical thinking and to enable students to enquire into and evaluate the complexity of the concept of freedom and to apply their understanding to [...]
The aim of Somebody Else's Shoes is “to develop students’ ability to be able to access, express and record their own beliefs; to help students to understand their own beliefs within the context of the beliefs of others; to give the students the opportunity to work on an intensive programme employing critical thinking strategies in [...]