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The I_Game project promotes the use of serious games in education to benefit various disadvantaged groups. As a new trend, games are increasingly being included in the educational process. It is widely known that participatory activities have an increased effectiveness in transmitting educational content. The entertainment of games allows the participant to enjoy the learning process, thus paying more attention and absorbing the knowledge and skills offered. In addition, the cognitive function of the learner is increased, as participation involves decision-making and social interaction.

The project consists of a series of practical sessions, in different stages of needs analysis, design, creation, and finally implementation of a board game with an educational objective (serious board game). Each partner in this project has an expertise in a different stage and/or target group (construction and technical aspect, structure and design, needs analysis and implementation for people with disabilities, analysis and implementation for people belonging to minorities or socially excluded). Each practical session will give the participating organisations a clear understanding of the specific step.

The ultimate goal is to enable the participating organisations to find common ground and understand each other’s needs in order to make designing a serious board game aligned with modern board game industry techniques an easy and achievable method for all.

Specific objectives of the project are: a) use of serious board games in education to benefit different disadvantaged groups; b) creation single pathways for upgrading skills, improving accessibility and increasing assimilation of adult education; c) improving the competences of trainers and other adult education staff; d) promoting inclusion and diversity in all areas of education, training, youth and sport; e) modernise game-based learning.

The following organisations are involved in the project:

The coordinator:

Challedu (Greece).


Asociatia Share Education; Impartasim Educatie (Romania).

Archon sp. z o.o. (Poland)

Dracon Rules Design Studio (Greece)

You can learn more about the project on its website and on its Facebook page.

The project is co-funded by the European Commission, with proposal number ID KA210-ADU-E817B8B5

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project number: 2021-1- EL01-KA210-ADU-000035026