Solving World Peace

Solving World Peace

One of the magical and somewhat mystical components of the World Peace Game is the sense of agency and stewardship that it ignites in students. I use the term “ignites” because children have a deep sense of compassion, empathy, and care that we can steer,...
New Game Inspired by John Hunter

New Game Inspired by John Hunter

Jennifer Gaspar-Santos, Teacher and Academic Technology Coordinator at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Day School in San Mateo, CA, was inspired by John Hunter’s TEDtalk and his World Peace Game. Jennifer used the inspiration and awe she felt from John...
NAIS summary of John Hunter’s Keynote at 2012 Conference

NAIS summary of John Hunter’s Keynote at 2012 Conference

This account of John Hunter’s Keynote at NAIS Annual Conference 2012 in posted on the NAIS conference website. World Peace Game “How can I be of service to you?” John Hunter asked the crowd of 4,200 independent school leaders at the 2012 NAIS Annual...

David Gurteen Reviews World Peace and Other 4th-Grade Achievements

Thanks to David Gurteen for recently reviewing the film World Peace and Other 4th-Grade Achievements. Gurteen is a internationally acclaimed knowledge management expert who is based in the UK. His wonderful comments and explanation of The World Peace Game are on his...
World Peace Game Norway – A Recap in Norwegian

World Peace Game Norway – A Recap in Norwegian

Mellom “finne-på” og “passe-på” Fredag var siste dag for The World Peace Game i Bergen. FN-gruppen kunne melde at vi greide å løse alle verdenskrisene, samtidig som Verdensbanken kunne melde at ingen av landene gikk med budsjettunderskudd. Selv var jeg veldig sliten...