Cities + Democracy + Art
In this project, we will help conduct research and create content for a pilot version of an online educational game that focuses on climate change. The game will adopt a problem-based approach and will be tested by middle school students in several European countries.
Students create a series of YouTube videos that explain the link between major sports events in history and International Relations.
The most valuable resources that students have during their time at university are each other. People first turn to friends while going through issues but there are times it may leave friends feeling overwhelmed, out of their depth and unsure how best to help. The project aim is to train students to have peer supporter skills, evaluate international student needs to settle into university life at Tallinn University and create events, clubs or traditions based on the student needs to feel more connected in university life.
Preparing interactive education support materials for youngsters to manage burnout
This project intends to gamify human rights education by introducing game-like elements to improve user engagement and contribute towards problem-solving. Through this approach the concept of human rights can become more relevant in everyday lives of people.
Create marketing materials for the DLG program at TLU
Everyone can learn some Estonian through taking photos, sharing what they think, and commenting on others’ photos taken in Estonia. What we need to do is to create an opportunity for them to participate in this language learning process.
Creating details about a fictional country for wargame scenarios
Educational network of Tallinn university