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Welcome to the world of Accelium, your personlized learning platform which combines online games with life skill learning!

Accelium develops high- order cognitive, social and emotional skills using strategy games. More than 5 million children across 30 countries have benefited from the Accelium way of learning life skills.

This course comprises of 6 months of free access to the gaming platform and twelve 1 hour live interactive sessions with our Thinking Coach

Game Summary:

6 Different, fun and engaging games which includes:

1. Enigma– a strategy game in a box and it needs a methodical deduction to figure out the opponent’s code before they decipher yours. To win this game, users need to analyze information and apply logical reasoning. The key is to keep a tab of the opponents (computer) moves and its numbers. Mind boggling enough to make you want to master the unique strategy.

2. King’s Game -An interesting game where we compete with the opponent (computer) to win the “Golden Crown”. This game needs a great deal of understanding and calculation on how to win the crown. Bag the shiny gems along the way, and this can make or break your chances of winning the game.

3. Lights On– Light up all the empty squares with bulbs. The square has a number and the light bulbs around it need to be switched on to match up this number! But there are other numbers around it too and what do we do to the zero?? Wondering? It’s a puzzle, it’s interesting and it will light up your mind too.

4. 2 Flags– A group of 5 competing scout’s race to each other’s flags. Their rank is an advantage but not always. They are all lined on a board and they can hop square to square in all directions and can push other each other out of the game. The computer as our competitor makes it tough but challenging. The game helps hone lots of our thinking skills.

5. What’s in the box? a unique and creative puzzle game that gradually advance in their complexity level. In each challenge users need to perform a unique sequence of actions in order to move on to the next challenge! To succeed, thinking out of the box is required. The game doesn’t give out clues or hints, you can succeed only by applying your mind.

6. Checkers- A strategy game played on an 8×8 checkerboard. The origin of Checkers is known to be somewhere around 3000 BC. The game is played by two opponents, on opposite sides of the gameboard. One player has the dark pieces; the other has the light pieces. Players alternate turns in the attempt to be the first to capture all the opponent pieces. We need to capture the board before the opponent (computer) does

Evaluation :

Get a quick graphical representation of the following 4 skills: 

1. Prioritization
2. Planning
3. Systemic Vision
4. Adaptability

Special Instruction:

Thinking Creatively
The Creative Thinking course introduces creative thinking and its importance to every domain of our lives.

Students will come to understand that creativity is not solely associated with and expressed via the arts, but rather has a place in subjects all across the curriculum and beyond.

Students will learn that creativity allows them to see fresh possibilities and alternatives; and teaches them not to fear difficulty and change.

Every Session includes 4 Parts
– Concept
– Play the game –Online Accelium Platform
– Apply to Real Life Situation
– Conclusion

The Sessions include, Fun Videos, Challenging Quizzes, Tricky Puzzles and Interesting Activities, Fiery Debates and Stimulating Group, Discussions and Expressing one’s point of view, Extended assignments, Reinforcing the Concept.

Special Instruction:

Session Plan:

  • Know the importance of creativity, learn from Facebook, Autonomous cars and 3D printers
  • Lost in the wilderness and have a puzzle to solve? learn to break down the situation into separate components
  • Decide the how to proceed based on analysis
  • Learn about creative ideas and creative solutions to problems
  • Learn to focus your efforts
  • With the help of soccer players learn to filter information by the elimination process
  • Learn from a student who has a test the next day and is missing study material.
  • Learn to choose the best option
  • Learn to maximise your resources with a magician on the show ‘America’s Got Talent’
  • Understand Explicit Resources
  • Learn to apply this to real life situations like seeking permission for a trip or deciding on the menu.
  • Shorten the time to solve problems
  • Do you ponder on questions like ‘What can I rely on in tricky situations?’ Learn a creative way to answer this.
  • Discover anchors as firm bases that guide us to find a way.
  • Have you ever wanted more time to finish your project/assignment,? anchors as a tool can be applied to such situations.
  • Anchors provide us with safe and predictable environment.
  • A game where you need to avoid taking the last piece of chocolate and this drives in the concept of end to beginning
  • Learn winning strategies
  • End to Beginning tool with real-life global problems
  • First focus on your desired result – imagine it.
  • Discover the connection between the Music Video of ‘The Queen’and a Coyote.
  • Learn how our brain is accustomed to ‘Thinking Patterns.
  • Identifying patterns is crucial to evolution and survival
  • Learn to discover patterns in people behaviours
  • A mystery riddle can help break some of our perceptions
  • Learn to stop making routine actions or activities that don’t advance us towards our objective
  • Learn from ‘Harold Crick’s’ life based on the scene(video).
  • Learn to take the risk of changing our habit and patterns in our life
  • A clip from the Movie “Men in Black” teaches us to change the environment for the situation
  • Play a game “Will you fall into the bias trap?”
  • Learn that being creative means not being captivated by a certain thinking pattern
  • Learn from Bobby McFerrin, an internationally known musician as he illustrates how we follow our hunch or gut feeling in many situations
  • NASA’s scientists had worked for months on developing a product, learn from their techniques
  • Learn to let go of things that are not necessary.
  • Learn from Jack a teenager who wants to make time for a healthy routine but thinks he has no room for more things.
  • Learn from a rope experiment( Video), observe and learn from the people who solved it
  • The Thinking Tree” process as useful tool for systematically organizing, reviewing, and assessing alternatives.
  • Learn from the tree and the branches and structure it has
  • Analyze Possibilities
  • Every see a gardener prune a plant? there are lessons to learn from that.
  • Learn about the changing nature of things in our life and how these changes affect us emotionally.
  • Go through one perfect day and analyze how it changed.
  • Watch a movie Clip from ‘Apollo 13’to see how they dealt with changes
  • Learn to analyse how things affect you.
  • Skills we learnt are put to test
  • Recap of the learnings of all the sessions
  • Group Evaluation Workout
  • Self-Evaluation on
    1. Prioritization
    2. Planning
    3. Systemic Vision
    4. Adaptability
  • One click comparison of scores with students around the

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