This september, I held a workshop at a conference organised by the Economics Network at the University of Exeter.
As an undergraduate, it was a unique opportunity to participate in the conference, interact with delegates, and get a feel for the extensive research that goes into the teaching of economics at higher education.
In my session I could observe closely how the game works in practice, which is invaluable as I continue to develop and refine the game. I was lucky enough to have Dimitra Petropoulou, a Lecturer in Economics from the University of Sussex, join me in this process. The DEE conference was a fantastic opportunity to introduce my game to academics and people interested in economics teaching. I look forward to more testing and improvements.