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BIG game tested at The Hague University of Applied Sciences

Zsuzsu Tavy, The Hague University of Applied Sciences

In June the scenes of Anna, a pregnant woman, and Peter, a teenager, were tested in two workshops at the Hague University of Applied Sciences.


A social worker, nurse, a young mother, a student and two adult educators came together to experience the game for the very first time. It was interesting playing the game and discussing the scenes together. Participants found it valuable to work together with the game in this workshop and felt it was a great way of learning more about how to create inclusive environments.

It was interesting to see sometimes people had different ideas about the scenes and what would be the best option. This can help us to improve the game even further! But it also became clear that exploring this together in the workshop, and discussing the game together added to the learning experience. The two adult educators could see how the game and the workshops could be integrated in other classes to teach about building an inclusive environment. It is good to see participants liked the game and saw its value. An extra motivation for the final stages of finishing the game!