In July, I am going to the Serious Play Conference in Montréal. I will talk about “Playing at school”. I think that education can be fun and stimulating if the kids can co-design it. Continue reading “Excited to speak at Serious Play Conference this summer!”
To imagine puzzles for the new Mysterious Cartables I have to find new ideas. For example, talking with my family or searching the Internet. But what works best is to play games where there are puzzles. Continue reading “Escape Room in a library with my BFF Emy”
I was invited as an “inspiring woman” to encourage teenage grils to fulfill their dreams. It is the association Winning Girls and its president Laurence Moncourrier who organized this. This was happening in Paris, in Station F. Continue reading “With the Winning Girls at Station F”
I would like to make FuturiX: a schoolbag of the future. I’m lucky, I was invited to STMicroelectronics in Grenoble to think about it. STMicroelectronics manufactures miniature electronic components (that is why they are called micro!) that are found in all devices of everyday life: computers, telephones, refrigerators, cars, tablets… And why not soon in a schoolbag? Continue reading “Meeting STMicroelectronics to imagine a Smart Schoolbag”
I was invited to the Casemate to talk about Games at school. The Casemate is a Fablab, a place where you can come to tinker and invent new things. It is the place where Makers meet. I love tinkering SO MUCH! I have already participated to a workshop in a Fablab to learn (a bit) to code and make a (small) robot. Continue reading “Meet Up : Education & Video Games”
In December, I went to Lille to present The Mysterious Schoolbag in an educational escape games competition: Serious Escape Game 2018.
Continue reading “Escape Game Competition in Lille”
At first I wanted to make an escape room in my school library to encourage children to read. But the teachers hesitated a little. And I was impatient. I wanted to move on.
I did not stop making plans in drawing or using LEGO bricks. So I started with what I had, that is to say my old schoolbag (in French a Cartable means Schoolbag), and I transformed it. Sometimes when your plan does not work, start with what you have. It seems that this happens often.
Continue reading “The creation of the Mysterious Cartable”