Category Archives: Game

Nativity Game Brings Christmas Alive!

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Have you ever imagined yourself in a real and living role during that first Christmas? What did Mary see? How did Joseph feel? When did the star shine brightest? What were the shepherds saying? What did the wise people wonder about? Here’s a game that positions you and your family… Read more »

Build Your Valentine IQ in a Caring Community

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Looking for a way to amp up kindness, build skills for inclusion  and celebrate kids love for Valentine Day? Since the opposite of exclude is include – and the best place to learn is a caring community – then Valentine’s Day’s the perfect event to include teens in fun activities… Read more »

Pastries, Players and Critical Thinking in High TQ Game

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What do pastries, players and critical thinking possess in common? It’s called High TQ and students especially love to play it with a few high tea style pastries. Editable treats are optional however.  Respect is not! Critical thinking skills come together in this game so that students engage opponents’ perspectives… Read more »

What if You Created a Game-Based Culture?

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If given a choice, who wouldn’t choose exciting adventures over boredom, fun over tedium, and games over facts memorized for a never-before-seen test? But what if you discovered the human brain can move you from bored behavior to brilliant outcomes? Through games that leave you laughing, challenged and ready for… Read more »

10 Questions from Problems to Playful Solutions

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What’s the solution? An online game!

What’s the problem? Mentoring is too one-way, as it currently rolls out. Older mentors dictate practices to upstarts even when upstarts have far more valued skills to teach. It hurts entire organizations as it keeps poor practices alive, and blocks leadership opportunities for enthusiastic young experts in any field.