What I offer

Using games in a smart way in your teaching for a higher learning output. Please contact me if you

want to make the best use of your equipment budget and first orientate on games in order to make targeted choices

want to do more with games together with your team, but first want to hear more and try out games

want to raise games to a higher level and are looking for a discussion partner to make a plan for your school together

offer a group of pupils or students extra challenge or guidance with a game

want to make a game or have your pupils make a game and want tips or feedback

you want to organise a game afternoon for your team or your pupils

Book a workshop or presentation

To dive into the games together with your team or with parents. Not only will I give you examples of how to integrate games with learning, I will also show you lots of games.

Do you want to use games as enrichment material, focus on social skills in the classroom, maths games or the peaceful school? Beforehand, we discuss the angle you want to focus on and I bring along games that fit exactly with that angle.

Make game policy

Do you want to use more games in your curriculum? Do you want to build a game cabinet for your gifted classes? And do you want more information on how to do that?

If you have decided to use games, you can rent game boxes from me. You will then have two months to try out the games, so that you will know exactly what works and what doesn’t. This will allow you to make better use of your budget and to avoid the risk of having to pay for the games in the first place. This will help you make better use of your budget and avoid making bad purchases.

Play and experience

Do you want to experience games yourself and exchange them with others from the educational field? Then come to one of the free events.

You are a teacher, a lecturer, remedial teacher, coach, a parent and want to get ideas for (educational) games in the classroom or at home? And do you want to share your experiences with others?

Then come to one of the free workshops to play games, try them out and exchange practical tips.

Make a game

Do you want your pupils to create their own game and do you want advice from an expert? Then make an appointment for an online question time.

During the online question time, they could fire all their questions at me. And there were many! From ‘how many puzzles do you put in an escaperoom?’ to ‘I want to make a game in which I let children build and learn, how do I combine that?

Many questions answered, many tips given and many games shown. I am curious to see what beautiful things the children will develop.