CreativeCulture is in international programme designed to explore, exploit and experiment the impact of arts, design and culture in enhancing creative thinking and development in education (primary and secondary levels) through game design and computational thinking as an approach and instrument for fostering creative problem solving and transcultural practices in Malaysia. Funded under Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia (MoHE) under the NEWTON-UNGKU OMAR (NUOF) programme, the CreativeCulture project aims to expand the <a href="http://gamify.org.uk/">GameChangers programme</a>, initiated at Coventry University’s Disruptive Media Learning Lab, to address educational challenges within the context of inclusive learning forRead More
The UNIMAS ACES team would like to cordially invite you to participate in a half-day virtual workshop on the 29th of October 2020. The aim for the workshop include introducing current ideas and thoughts in STEM+ education nationwide, and how educators can realign their roles and pedagogical approaches to adapt to changes in the STEM […]
ACES Introduction Prof. Sylvester Arnab, Professor of Game Science, Principal Investigator of the ACES project, Coventry University. 3 country introduction including scope and focus Dr. Richard Tomlins, Coventry University. Malaysia, Dr. Jacey-Lynn Minoi & Dr. Fitri Mohamad, University Malaysia Sarawak . Indonesia, Dr. Fadhli Muhibuddin, Muhammadiyah University of Ponorogo. Vietnam, Prof. Thi Bich Thuy Hoang, Hanoi […]
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Game Design Thinking
Game design thinking approach is not about designing games, but a philosophy of the ability to think and influence social systems towards designing educational strategies that are immersive for learners.
STEAM aims to spark an interest and lifelong love of the arts and sciences in children from an early age. Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Math are similar disciplines in that they all involve creative processes and none uses just one method for inquiry and investigation.
Creativity is the ability to come up with new ideas and to identify new and different ways of looking at a problem and opportunities.