A playful game to start inclusion

I am known as a person who likes to play and with a lot of knowledge about inclusive play, so the Disability Inclusion Lab from Light for the World Netherlands invited me to participate in their international team meeting this week. Purpose of the meeting:  To develop a prototype for a serious game about inclusion…

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Wonderful book about joy and beatiful power of play

This is a great book. If you love play and if you want to understand what play does to people, download it, read it. I love to hear how it inspired you. A Playful Path, the new book by games guru and fun theorist Bernard De Koven, serves as a collection of ideas and tools…

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My first community playground, valuable lessons learned

  In 1996 I was confronted with a question that can still be relevant today: How can a community ensure that more children like to go to school in their village? Together with teachers and leaders of the community I tried to find and answer, this is what they told me: “The classrooms are becoming…

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