About ACES

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The ACES project, funded by the UKRI-ESRC under the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF), is building on the empathic and inclusive playful and gameful research and practice of Coventry University’s award-winning GameChangers initiative and its sister initiative – CreativeCulture in Malaysia.

In the ACES project, we are investigating the impact of transformative education through playful approaches and experiences towards developing social resilience, targeting young people in Malaysia, Vietnam, and Indonesia. Aligning with the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goal on equitable, inclusive quality education, we are developing an innovative pedagogical model and its associated programme of playful, experiential, co-creative, and participatory activities. The ACES model aims to bridge formal and informal educational contexts and spaces towards an inclusive, safe, and resilient society.

IThrough the community-centred aspect of the approach, young people will be able to develop non-discipline specific capabilities that can sustain them as active life-long learners and contributors to their communities. Teachers and local community groups are engaged in the project to draw on local knowledge and experience, and to extend the co-creation and ownership of the educational process to the community. Project outcomes will be translated into policy and practice recommendations.

Principles

Community

Collaborative and inclusive through empathic participatory approaches

Playful

Experiential learning through playful pedagogy and frugal education

Resilience

Adaptability and persistence through transformative experiences and growth

Project Launch Webinar

In this webinar, we will introduce the ACES project that is funded by the UKRI-ESRC under the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF). ACES is building on the empathic and inclusive playful and gameful research and practice of Coventry University’s award-winning GameChangers initiative and its sister initiative – CreativeCulture in Malaysia.

Aligning with the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goal on equitable and inclusive quality education, we are investigating the impact of transformative education through playful approaches and experiences towards developing the social resilience of young people in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Vietnam.

The webinar will include discussions on the insights from the three countries – Malaysia, Indonesia, and Vietnam, to be respectively presented by the project partners from University Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS), Universitas Muhammadiyah Ponorogo (UMPO), and Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST). The session will be concluded with insights into our future development and how others can get involved as part of the ACES initiative.

24th JUNE 2020

4PM

Malaysia ACES Team

Jacey-Lynn

Team Leader

Fitri Suraya

Team Member

Florianna

Team Member

Leonard

Team Member


Jacey-Lynn

Team Leader

Aazani

Team Member

Chuah Kee Man

Team Member

Tarmiji

Team Member

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