Over the past 3 years the Social Games Against Crime research project has studied how social games can help improve relationships between children and their incarcerated fathers in Danish prisons.
What skills are needed for living and learning in today’s networked world? Which skills are needed to facilitate others in learning these skills? How can their development be supported in and across different educational settings? And what roles can informal settings such as the library have in their development?
Teenagers don’t visit their parents in prison as often as younger children do. A research team is now developing board games that will make visiting parents in prison a better experience for teens