The 46 student players are still hard at work in Ciwara School, striving to create non-violent resolutions to multiple crises, including terrorism, throughout the four fictional sovereignties. The Mali Peace Game commenced to great fanfare in November of this past fall, and will conclude in March. Dean Steve Esquith, of MSU Residential College in the Arts and Humanities (RCAH), worked in concert with John, Malian teachers and students, translators, and countless others to adapt this amazing version of the World Peace Game.
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In April, John Hunter spoke at the Inly School, presenting his talk "The Teachers and Schools Our Students Need Us to Be" as a follow up to a screening of World Peace and Other Fourth Grade Achievments.
Tari St.Marie played the World Peace Game this spring after taking John's master class. Read about her expieriences with her students, and check out the comments for more WPG enthusiasm!
"You see, the game is really not what it’s all about — although it feels like it is intense and all-encompassing and extraordinarily rich, the real point is to create a space for students to learn."Full Post
Despite winter weather, teachers, administrators, and students attended Fenn's Professional Day to see John Hunter speak on the World Peace Game and teaching methods.
Hunter “reinforced the key characteristics we all strive as Fenn educators to incorporate in our classrooms, and at the same time he inspired us with ideas of how we may bring these characteristics into the classroom in new and different ways,” said George Scott, head of the Lower School, after the presentation.Full Article
Abhijay and his fellow Hillside students from all over the world have a unique understanding of global competency and cross cultural understanding that make John Hunter's World Peace Game accessible and interesting to them.
Here's a Preview Video of the Interview:
You can find the full interview linked below.