The second MIT challenge is to design and construct “something” that will illustrate or show what “silence” looks like.
Today, we’re announcing the first Mystery, Intuition, and Technology projects (MITs). Each MIT challenge is a higher level critical and creative thinking activity.
We’re excited to announce that teachers can now earn professional development points/hours by completing the World Peace Game Master Class.
Award-winning American school teacher John Hunter has brought his innovative World Peace Game program to Australia for the first time ever this month.
We meet some kids taking part in the World Peace Game, a very different sort of board game developed to prove that kids can make great diplomats.
On the final leg of the Australian tour, John appeared on ABC Radio Sydney’s program, Drive, hosted by Richard Glover.
Hurricanes, refugee asylum, food shortages and the threat of war — it’s the kind of things you hear about on national news. But during the last week in June, Lowcountry students are learning how to achieve world peace while responding to those challenges.
The World Peace Game Foundation reached a huge milestone in August: the inaugural World Peace Game and master class with John Hunter was held August 7-11 in Tokyo, Japan.
We're excited to announce that the World Peace Game will be returning to Corvallis, Oregon for a Camp and Master Class, August 13-17, 2018. You can read about the Corvallis School District's most recent World Peace Game in the Corvallis Gazette-Times. Consider joining...
The Korean edition of John Hunter’s World Peace Game and Other 4th-Grade Achievements has just been published in partnership with Hyunsil Publishing. The book highlights John’s journey as a teacher and creator of the World Peace Game.
An interview with John Hunter from TEMPO, the journal of the Texas Association of Gifted and Talented
John Hunter is best known for his creation and implementation of the World Peace Game in the classroom.