In the Paper Airplanes exercise, students get to practice pushing past barriers as a team — and remaining principled while they do it. Learn more about the activity and why it can be helpful for your students.
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What is the Paper Airplane Factory game? Allows students to practice rapid iteration while overcoming challenges as a group.
Students are challenged with what seems like an easy activity — and with a high return on investment.
Students have fun because they’re allowed to do something in the classroom that is normally forbidden: make and fly paper airplanes.
Through the activity, students learn how challenging it is to capture opportunity in the market because of failure in iteration + dynamics of working in a group/organization (vs. a “lone wolf” entrepreneur).
They learn to work together and to share knowledge . . . and even then, they may not be successful.