Serious game: racism in football
Everyone knows the Anne Frank House. But did you know that the Anne Frank House, which manages the world-famous museum and opens it up to the public, also develops educational material on themes such as racism, prejudice and discrimination?
One of the Anne Frank House’s missions is to encourage young people between the ages of 11 and 16 to talk openly about racism in football. But what is the best way to engage this target group with such a serious topic?
Together we have developed the serious game ‘Kick-off. The ball’s in your court’. This game is based on a scenario-based learning strategy in which young people immediately experience the effect of their choices. It is an effective strategy that allows them to learn a lot in a short period of time. Learning by playing.