COVID-19 has led many companies to recommend that employees work from home. Whether it’s done by choice or by necessity, working from home has its benefits, like avoiding your daily commute. But it also means it’s up to you to motivate yourself and get as much out of your time as you would in an office setting.
Acquiring skills for social and emotional well-being is important for inclusive societies and academic achievement. Digital games can be tailored to teach the benefits of cooperation, as well as the ability to recognise the emotions of others and express trustworthiness – prosocial skills – helping children to appreciate team-work, recognise the value of understanding other people’s needs and achieve academically.
Research shows that inclusive workplaces are six times more likely to be innovative and twice as likely to meet or surpass financial goals.
DO IT: DOing Inclusion Together is a proposal that aims to transform and use the commonly used term IT
(information technologies) to support the inclusion of young people, starting from the assumption that
the modernization of processes does not turn into real innovation until it doesn’t really become inclusive.