QUP is inspired by the Stanford d.school of design thinking, which teaches students to become innovative and creative thinkers. By asking students to think about who would care about a problem and why, QUP encourages students to put their empathy, curiosity, and problem-solving skills in play. By allowing them to see and vote on the best responses their peers provide, students also learn to see problems from other people’s perspectives.
QUP: The Card Game is a tech-free version of the QUP app. We are dedicated to making fun, educational opportunities accessible to all students regardless of their economic background, so offering an option to play and practice offline was essential. We make it our mission to give teachers the resources to teach students the foundational skills of empathy, curiosity, and problem solving both with and without technology.
When you purchase QUP: The Card Game, you will also receive a series of digital lesson plans. The lesson plans provide support for teachers to customize learning and gamify classroom content for an engaging and collaborative experience.
Nope! You can play with as many people as you like.
The suggested age range for this is persons 10 and up.
A typical game takes about 30 minutes, with teams playing three to five rounds. Of course, you can always challenge the opposing team to a longer game for even more bragging rights. Best of 10, anyone?
Whether students are interested in pop culture, politics, science, fashion, current events, or another subject, we have a question for them! We designed the problem statements to appeal to a wide variety of students, and most importantly, to show them that they can apply their problem-solving skills to their lives outside the classroom.
We are currently working on creating expansion packs so that you can enhance your deck with more questions about your favorite topics. Until those become available, keep practicing with the standard deck so you can amaze your opponents with your brainpower once the new questions are released!
We would love to get them in on the game! Tell them to register their school for QUP at playqup.com. We will reach out to them directly to ensure that they get their hands on a deck.
Students can compete against other schools to fundraise for their team on the app, which is free to use. QUP: The Card Game is a hands-on way to practice in the classroom. To sign up for early access, visit playqup.com.