Thinking Through Games

Focus on whole rather parts: many times we focus on my role and my gain rather than effect of my action on the whole.

We played a game to experience 'whole'. As a team we had to finish one round of passing ball, the game had some constraint like - no communication at all (full silence), pass only once to one participant, cannot pass to next person.
We played it for 30 minutes, but we could not complete one round.

It had many dimensions – how each one contributed to the end result, how each one played role - some kids expressed “i wanted to do best, I did not want other’s to copy my idea, I was passing only to my friends”.

At Arohi we bring games in many different ways to spark thoughts and meet life in many different ways.