ThinknDrinkn – game-based education with school children

March 19, 2008 at 2:00 pm Leave a comment


ThinknDrinkn is a game created by S1 pupils at two local Paisley schools to raise awareness of many of the issues around alcohol consumption. The game was created in collaboration with UWS (my institution) and a local games company, KodeTank. It was launched just the other day, and got some coverage on the BBC.

There is also a more detailed gameplay video on TeacherTube.

Author: Daniel Livingstone, Learning Games Blog, 19th March 2008

Full article available here.

See also BBC News post on the game.


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