This month, Eko and Augi visited Indonesian State College of Accountancy (Sekolah Tinggi Akuntansi Negara/STAN) to support the anti-corruption education in the college in anti-corruption workshop held by STAN and KPK.
The workshop was dedicated for the anti-corruption lecturers, consist of learning material related to anti-corruption, such as efforts to eradicate corruption, corruption in the law and supporting material to teach anti-corruption from KPK.
Beside reference books, KPK also brought D’Suspect board game as one of supporting material to teach in anti-corruption class. In the last session of the workshop, Eko introduced the game and why KPK chose board game as a part of supporting material to teach anti-corruption.
After a brief explanation, it was time to try the game. 30 STAN lecturers tried the game and assisted by Eko and Augi. For about 60 minutes, the lecturers tried the game for 3 rounds and they were excited, especially since there were lots of discussion about who is the evil master.
After the play session, Eko opened a quick Q&A for the lecturers about the game. He also gave tips on how using the game in class and relate it to the learning material so students will learn even better.