Case study: Innovate Springfield

DIY Game moderator Nadia Gronkowski recently documented how she has used The Brain Architecture Game to improve her organizational mission. Nadia's background is in early childhood education, environmental education, and environmental policy.  She is the Social Innovation Program Coordinator for Innovate Springfield in Springfield, Illinois. Her organization is implementing a locally-written report -- the Sangamon [...]

Summer 2016 Update

Ah…This is indeed the million dollar question everyone has been emailing me about… 🙂

I can finally say it: we are live!

Get behind-the-scenes and find out how The Brain Architecture Game was developed.

Playing in Tennessee

Judy Cameron led a group of almost 200 people who played the game in Tennessee on November 12, 2015.

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Up to March 2020, The Brain Architecture Game was played somewhere around the world every day. Some in-person sessions have resumed and we have just released a free Remote Teams Edition for video conferencing. To celebrate the year that passed and everyone promoting the science of early childhood, here are 24 of our favorite Twitter posts. There were hundreds to choose from in social media. Be well and keep inspiring us! ...

COVID-19 UPDATE: Remote Teams Edition now available for hybrid play!