Workshops 8: Urban Games - a playful Access to Citizenship Education

follow up discussion after the urban game
historic duplication tool

The urban games as a method of education gives both the educators and the games participants great learning possibilities. Not only it changes reception of the city itself but also it teaches how to work in a group, how to think in a more open and creative way.

Getting to know NECE projects – Jacek Królikowski for the “Library Development Program”

Jacek Królikowski

“It’s not as simple as saying that everything is available on the Internet” opens Jacek Królikowski our conversation about his interest in civic education. “Some people are not online, some are not even using a personal computer.” The Library Development Program, which Mr. Królikowski is presenting at this NECE conference, aims at helping libraries in rural Poland to transfer to cultural centers for community needs.


Outdoor Workshop: Learning method - a playful Access to Citizenship Education


The goal of the workshop is to show urban games as a useful method of teaching democratic values.

The urban game as a method of education gives both the educators and the games participants great learning possibilities. Not only does it change reception of the city itself but also it teaches how to work in a group, how to think in a more open and creative way. Games could also be the way to teach different values (such as civil courage) or history knowledge and much more.


„Open Forum“ at NECE 2011: Your chance to contribute!


 Greetings from Berlin.

 This is your chance to get involved with your ideas for the “Open Forum”!

 We are currently preparing the “Open Forum” that will take place Friday morning, November 18 from 9:00 - 10:45 a.m. at our NECE 2011 conference.