Sex education in schools is often a bit uncomfortable and awkward, but according to a group of Fontys students, it doesn’t need to be so.
The students devised a game for the Eindhoven students company ‘Annum Works’. The game allows for a more accessible manner in which to teach elementary school students.
The Skes-game consists of 60 questions that participants can learn from through each other’s knowledge and thus gain information in a playful manner.
The game was developed in collaboration with students in the educational department. The developers will now offer the Skes method to elementary schools.
More information can be found at http://www.skesspel.nl.