Game Based Learning for Integrity and Anti-Corruption at Paramadina University
Eko were invited as a guest lecturer for an anti-corruption class at Paramadina University, Jakarta. “Game Based Learning for Integrity and Anti-Corruption” was the title of the class which attended by more than 100 students from various majors.
In the beginning of the class, Eko talked about game design and how a game can be used for learning material. After the introduction, the students were grouped to start the game session. The students played The Suspect board game, created by Pusat Edukasi Anti Korupsi – Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi (Anti-Corruption Learning Center – Indonesia’s Corruption Eradication Commission). In this game, players work together to finish a project but they need to aware of evil master among them that want the project to fail.
Through the game, students learned the hardship of being corruptor and reminded them about the importance of integrity in life.