Monthly Archives: August 2013

APA Vs. Teaching Games

On first site, adapted physical activity (APA) and teaching games for older adults don’t have any common bases. But we quickly discovered that both topics are all about being creative and finding the right adaptations in methods and materials in order to reach a certain goal. Achieving a physical, cognitive or social objective while playing a game or doing an activity is often more effective and fun. The Gambaloa final meeting was a wonderful experience,  hope to see you all soon again, … Continue reading

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Play Where You Are! – Playfulness in Everyday Spaces

It always surprises me how many angles and approaches there are to the idea of play, and the Gambaloa project meeting in Berlin was a perfect example. Researchers and practitioners with a background in physiotherapy, education, business and game design … Continue reading

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