ProsocialLearn consortium member Aniway is developing The Bunny & the Bird (working title), a game that teaches the children the value of helping each other; cooperation is needed to find a way through a maze while avoiding danger, thus reaching a common goal.
ProsocialLearn workshops and meetings in Vilnius, Lithuania were held on 14-17 June 2016, with lecturer Stefano Cobello, representing ProsocialLearn consortium member Polo europeo della Conoscenza (Europole, IT), presenting workshops for educators titled “ProsocialLearn values in games for students” and “What does it mean to be disabled in European schools”.
Italian ProsocialLearn consortium partner Polo europeo della Conoscenza (Europole) participated in the Second International Educonference organised by the association Friends of Education on 1-3 April 2016. The conference was aimed at teachers, trainee teachers, students and ICT experts. The event drew 550 teachers from FYROM as well as 25 participants from across the EU, including Italy, Bulgaria, Romania and Slovenia.
ProsocialLearn’s Path of Trust prototype game for building trustworthiness and teamwork has introduced a new “Christmas” look – asking players whether their partner is in fact “naughty or nice” – and single-player mode.
Path of Trust: Christmas Edition was also presented to third grade pupils of an elementary school in Thessaloniki, Greece on 21 December, receiving very encouraging and supportive feedback.