WorkShop - Beyond Loss Design Prevails, S.U.N. University
Professors: Lucille Tenazas
Even from a catastrophic event you can learn something, and in this case, in this situation of hardship and difficulty, can be an opportunity to make children understand that we all live in a world where these disasters and sudden devastating can happen unexpectedly, and therefore at this time it is essential to help each other. Children in these situations need to be helped by a co-operative game, and take out what is the mood of the moment, so as not to limit itself, and pull out their emotions and sensations of a difficult period . You might think of games that involve interaction and construction, building stories that result from the assembly of several words or images or texts.