At Riverside School in India, developing leadership is part of learning. “Sparks Plugs” constitute a real exercise for the pupils. These are opportunities created for children to take initiative and develop leadership qualities by sharing their talents and passion with their peers. This concept is based on the belief that "age has nothing to do with skill" and that when we use our skills - we learn both - on our talents and on ourselves.
Here, Ahan and Aadit present Minecraft, their favorite video game to their class. During their presentation, they will convey their passion for this "Sandbox" game, that is to say construction and show how Minecraft can allow you to express your creativity.
"It's a video game, so it doesn't belong in a classroom. So I wondered if Minecraft could be useful and have an educational aspect. And I found that it's a way to transpose real things into a game, and I wanted to show that in class."
Learning and receiving from your peers is the promise of Spark Plugs.