MAKING PEACE IN MALI

MAKING PEACE IN MALI

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...
Pam Moran Writes About the Trip to The Pentagon

Pam Moran Writes About the Trip to The Pentagon

Pam Moran is the superintendent of schools for Albemarle County and is the president of the Virginia Association of School Superintendents. Recently she accompanied John Hunter and his class of enthusiatic, knowledgable, excited 4th graders to visit Leon Panetta and...
World Peace Game in South Korea!

World Peace Game in South Korea!

Kate Johnston, a Master Class trained World Peace Game Facilitator has completed her second year of sharing the Game with 7th grade students using two game boards for two different classes of about 22 kids in each class with over 12 nationalities represented.
World Peace Game in Emmersdorf, Austria

World Peace Game in Emmersdorf, Austria

John and Chris Farina find themselves in Emmersdorf Austria this week, hosting a World Peace Game session for thirty-four 11-14 year-olds, five older Russian teenagers dubbed, “Living Dictionary” translators, and twenty-five European Teachers sponsored by...
Memphis Participant Blogs the Master Class

Memphis Participant Blogs the Master Class

PRESBYTERIAN DAY SCHOOL TEACHER PHILIP CUMMINGS’S OBERVATIONS Philip Cummings, a participant in our July 2012 Master Class in Memphis, shared his blog entries from the weeklong class. The first tool John shared was teaching students how to use FFOE to assess...
Edutopia: Parents’ Guide to 21st Century Learning

Edutopia: Parents’ Guide to 21st Century Learning

The world we live in demands constant learning and strong problem-solving skills. We are delighted that the World Peace Game is featured in Edutopia A Parent’s Guide to 21st Century Learning.  You can follow this link to download their guide.