The EU co-op quest, created by Stephen Fallon from St Raphaela’s secondary school
A fantastic opportunity to engage your students in a game on the European Union’s scope and policies. This was created by a teacher for the Junior Cycle. This game helps players to understand and evaluate the role of the European Union in promoting international cooperation, justice, and human rights.
By simulating real-world scenarios and presenting players with different policy options, the game encourages critical thinking and decision-making skills. Additionally, the game can also promote teamwork and collaboration as players work together to achieve common goals.