Educator John Hunter puts all the problems of the world on a 4' x 5' plywood board...
and lets his 4th-graders solve them.
As day One arrived, teachers and non-pedagogical professionals filed in, an international mix, bringing with them a pervasive air of enthusiasm. Simultaneously, the kids brought with them reticence, and in some, timidity. By the first few words of John's dynamic introduction to the game, the nervous giggling and fidgeting gave way to rapt attention.
Hyunsil Publishing Company will tranlate and print World Peace And Other GradeAchievements in a Korean language version
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In January of 2014, John gave the keynote speech at the Corvallis Martin Luther King, Jr. Week events. In the audience, Ele Adams, then a High School Jr., as well as her mother, Terry Adams, were so inspired by John's lecture, that they were moved to action. Mom and daughter became determined to help launch the World Peace Game in Corvallis, OR. Terry and Ele even attended the Menlo Park Trinity School Master Class in preparation to facilitate a future World Peace Game. at home.