Post Date:
30 November 2021

As a part of the implementation of STEAM education at the Faculty FPSC SumDU, The Department of Psychology, Political Science, and Socio-Cultural Technologies (PPSST) presented for students a psychological computer game  "Conflicts and I".

The development of the computer game took place within the bachelor's work of students specialty "Social Work" Daria Petrusha, supervisor Ph.D. in political science of PPSST Serhii Korol.

The game aims to develop in teenagers the skills to resolve conflict situations at school properly.

The relevance of the presented work is close to the high level of conflict in high school, which requires the search for effective tools for diagnosis and prevention. One such tool is properly organized gaming activities.

In the time of active computer development and "online" use of computer games in the process of teaching and educating teenagers is logical - computer games are a tool of social prevention of negative phenomena among students, motivate and make learning enjoyable. The presented computer game "Conflicts and I" promotes the formation of teenagers' ability to resolve conflicts effectively, bring up fellowship and develop communication skills.

The game "Conflicts and I" is based on a particular plot. A teenager chooses a character during the game and interacts with other participants in the game, according to the selected role. The tasks offered to the players, based on psychodiagnostic techniques, determine the level of personality conflict. At the end of this game, the participant receives a result and recommendations.

This computer game "Conflicts and I" is freely available for anyone who desires to play.

The Faculty FPSC SumDU actively conducts innovative methods of its educational process and popularization of the latest technologies in other levels of higher and secondary education.

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