“For many years the conviction has grown upon me that civilization arises and unfolds in and as play.”
~ Johan Huizinga, Homo Ludens
What do we even mean when we say something is intergenerational? Is it people from different ages hanging out? Is it incorporating references from different time periods into one space? Is it intergenerational is someone 30 hangs out with someone 38? What about a five year old and a 12 year old hanging out? What makes any of the experiences intergenerational?
Can we make games function as subversive teaching tools? What does that even mean? How can we think about educational processes in relation to games?
Simply put, take a bunch of people, put them in a room, and don’t let them out unless they solve some puzzles. Now, let’s use that format to make an effective educational and research gathering experience!
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