It’s not only about technologies and learning…It’s about having fun in the process! You will be committed and involved, time will pass by

Hey! It’s your summer, holidays… but who said that learning had to be boring?

Gamification and games can become an interesting tool for young people to test their knowledge and, in addition, acquiring new ones in an entertaining way.

Many mathematicians and pedagogues have emphasized the need to learn by doing, manipulating and playing. María Montessori, Pere Puig Adam, Miguel de Guzmán, Claudi Alsina or María Antonia Canals. They have spread the idea that manipulative resources and games, well chosen, are a key element in the learning of mathematics, science, technology, etc.

What skills are developed playing?

We encourage reflection on the manipulative activity they develop because this reflection is the basis for the construction of their own ideas.
It leads the young person to the conquest of their autonomy, and to the acquisition of cooperative behaviours.
The game promotes knowledge of technological objects and their use.
It is also an element of motivation, of stimulation in learning, teaching them other ways of learning.
Through a game, you can create situations of maximum educational value that allow you to experiment, investigate, solve problems, discover and think.
In addition, group work will encourage the development of oral expression, reflection on the reasoning followed to reach a solution since when playing the students must talk, discuss, share, then check and explain.