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The Little Big Planet video game in schools

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inspire, Wolverhampton’s Local Education Partnership (LEP), established a project in 2011 focusing on the use of a video game to support aspects of learning in a number of its Building Schools for the Future (BSF) schools. Working in collaboration with Sony PlayStation and Media Molecule (who are software developers of video game technologies for Sony), inspire supported the BSF schools taking part. The schools used video gaming technologies in ways that were designed to raise self-esteem, pride and motivation, using the technology in new ways applied to education.
AcronymThe Little Big Planet video game in schools
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/10/1131/07/12

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