On May 9th 2020, we had our very first online #play14 ever. It's been in the pipe for quite some time, and now it's done. Here is my on the spot feedback
People look at me funny when I say that spent a weekend at a Play conference. Yes, we do laugh a lot, it is fun and there is a lot of learning to be had from play. #play14 is a conference where you "develop...
After meeting a great success in 2015 and 2016, London is ready to receive its third #play14
When extraordinary people from different backgrounds come together only good things can happen.
That's the beauty of the unconference / open space format. There is no upfront agenda, no official speaker, no star or diva, simply open minded people, enjoying learning from each other
From the very start playing is important for our development: with dolls, building blocks and other toys we re-enact happenings, relationships and ideas. If you have ever tried to disturb children during...
Our friend Mark Webb publish an interview of Karen Fugle, who is an Executive Coach and LSP facilitator.
An interview of Flick Hardingham, who has been using games extensively to foster creativity.
Announcing our brand new website, powered by Jekyll, hosted on GitHub Pages.
#play14 started in Luxembourg in 2014 to provide a forum for people who enjoying playing, learning and sharing. The movement has spread across Europe, with off-shoots in London, Hamburg, Beirut and Milano....