On 27 July the Young Foundation ran our third testing session in London at Proceed Clockwise, a board game café just down the street from our office. We ran four games with young people and board game enthusiasts who gave us helpful feedback on the handbook and the game itself.
On 11 July the Young Foundation ran our second testing session with the GATES board game in Nottingham at the Dice Cup board game café. We had a great time running four different games with the board game enthusiasts at the café and gathered a lot of helpful feedback and advice.
On 8th of May our Greek partners from InterMediaKT ran the 3rd test session of the draft version of our board game. The board game introduced the participants into the principles of Social Entrepreneurship and the learning objectives of the European GATES Project.
The Multiplier event was organised by The Young Foundation in Mulberry Academy Shoreditch, London, on the 8th May 2019, under the title Prototyping ideas, using GATES board game example. The event invitation was disseminated using The Young Foundation’s local networks in Tower Hamlets. Local leaders were invited by invitation and the school supported dissemination. The…
Last Friday, 19/4, in POS4work, Patras, Greece, our partners from InterMediaΚT did their second testing of our board game’s draft version! They organized an interactive workshop talking about the effect that a social business can have in society. The workshop included playing the #BoardGame of our project. We keep working, we keep improving, every day closer to our goals. #SocialEntrepreneurship #Innovation #Play #Letsplay
The Young Foundation – GATES board game testing session | April 3 at Wood Green School in Witney – UK.
The Young Foundation ran GATES testing session on the 3rd April, with students of 6th grade (ages 16-17) at Wood Green School in Witney (Oxfordshire). Three of their teachers and a social entrepreneur joined with the students and observed them playing. The young people playing found the game very competitive which they enjoyed it, quite…