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This paper presents the research work carried out by an interdisciplinary group of technologists and entertainment experts in collaboration with primary teachers to develop a serious game to work primary education-oriented competences. The serious game called 'Ferran Alsina' is conceived as a tool to develop competences in the primary education program. To design this game, 25 primary school teachers helped the technical and investigative team in a co-creation activity executed with the methodology named Action-Research. This allowed the implementation of competences inside the game's playability and narrative.
CitacióEguia, J.; Contreras, R.; Solano, L. Co-creation of a serious game to develop competences on the primary education program. A: Conferencia Ibérica de Sistemas y Tecnologías de Información. "Proceedings of the Iberian Conference on Information Systems and Technologies". Barcelona: 2014, p. 6877080-1-6877080-6.