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Game based learning: facilitator or facilitator free?

Game based learning: facilitator or facilitator free?

March 19, 2019

Focus Games director Andy Yeoman shares his thoughts on the pros and cons of facilitated and unfacilitated approaches to game based learning.

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Your Day Begins With Sleep

March 14, 2019

You do it every night, and you wouldn’t live long without any – but how much do you really know about sleep? Our new digital mini-game is designed to raise awareness about getting a good night's sleep.

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Board games are still a winner with children

Board games are still a winner with children

February 08, 2019

Discover how a board game can help young people discuss healthy eating, body image and the relationship between food and feelings in a relaxed, pressure-free environment.

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Why early years practitioners should pay attention to sleep

Why early years practitioners should pay attention to sleep

January 28, 2019

Guest blogger and sleep expert Ruth Silverman explains how early years staff who are clued up on sleep can help children develop lifelong healthy habits.

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Supporting learning with games at Barts Health NHS trust

January 10, 2019

Guest blogger, librarian Lynne Mackie, explains how the Knowledge and Library Service uses our educational games to support training across the Trust.

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Think Christmas, think board games!

Think Christmas, think board games!

December 14, 2018

Lots of us play board games at Christmas - they are full of laughter, fun and competitive spirit, and a great way of creating memories. But how does this translate into driving change in the workplace?

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4 Reasons Why You Should Consider Board Games

4 Reasons Why You Should Consider Board Games

November 29, 2018

Never used a board game for training or educational purposes? There are lots of reasons why it works, and why people enjoy it. Explore 4 reasons why you should think about using educational games.

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Starting the conversation around pressure ulcers

Starting the conversation around pressure ulcers

November 07, 2018

1300 new pressure ulcers are reported each month. Learn how to raise awareness of pressure ulcers and support the NHS Stop The Pressure campaign by wearing your red dot on 15th November!

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Reducing malnutrition in later life

Reducing malnutrition in later life

October 09, 2018

A startling 1 in 10 UK older people are malnourished. Our Food In Later Life Game aims to reduce this by training supermarket staff and people working or volunteering with older people. 

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Why we developed an early years nutrition training game

Why we developed an early years nutrition training game

September 13, 2018

Our guest blogger, Dietitian Shirley Serber, explains why her team at Foodtalk CIC wanted to develop a board game to improve nutrition training for early years practitioners.

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Is your workplace pet friendly?

Is your workplace pet friendly?

May 25, 2018

Our office is pet friendly, just like many workplaces, pubs and restaurants these days. But is it just a fad or are there really more benefits than just convenience for dog owners?

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Breaking the 4th wall in L&D

Breaking the 4th wall in L&D

May 25, 2018

There's a fourth wall in L&D that blocks audience engagement and stifles change, similar to the fourth wall in theatre that separates the audience from onstage action. How do we break it in L&D?

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