Aspiring Citizens is an educational project to solve hunger crisis by collaborative, joyful and self-empowered learning.
We believe that all the problems that we face today can be solved by team effort, which needs a collaborative platform as its base. Our project is both a classroom tool, and an outside classroom activity. Collaboration is as ubiquitous as the formal or informal learning environment permits. We are proposing a new kind of an educational solution, an “expanded school” which grows well beyond the walls of the classroom. And last but not least this collaboration ensures a dialogue among generations, nations and cultures. The connectivity will be every language, will be spoken in the Aspiring Citizens project.
Comprised of 8 mini-games or “missions”, the game takes young players from an initial crisis assessment through to delivery and distribution of food aid, with each sequential mission addressing a particular aspect of this challenging process.
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Who is Aspiring Citizens for?
Aspiring Citizens is designed for children aged 6-16 years. Each mission’s gameplay is unique in order to maximize the game’s appeal to a variety of ages and learning levels.
For detailed information on the product, please visit our Wiki Page.
The trial version of the application will be released shortly.