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The Real Madrid Foundation is taking part in the 'World Majlis: The Winning Match' at Expo 2020 Dubai

NEWS STORY. 17/12/2021

The relationship between playing and learning was at the centre of the debate.

The Real Madrid Foundation's head of basketball R&D training, Adrián Silla, attended the conference The winning match, part of the World Majlis events agenda at Expo 2020 Dubai. Leaders and key players gathered to debate and talk about the possibilities for incorporating the game as an educational tool and guaranteeing success both in and out of the classroom.

The Spain Pavilion at the Expo 2020 Dubai, that opened on 10 October, is holding the Week of Knowledge and Learning and has received technical experts and coordinators from the Real Madrid Foundation's Training Area, as a world references in educational sport in values.

The World Majlis round table: The Winning Match, was moderated by Dr. Mansoor Al Awar, with the presence of the co-founders of ValPat Steam Channel, Valeria Corrales and Patricia Meredia; the founder of Indigital, Mikaela Jade; the writer Charles Pappas; the best female chess player in history, Judit Polgar; the chess curator within the Spanish Pavilion, Leontxo García; and the Director of Programmes and Exhibitions at the Archives and Libraries Group of the Singapore National Library Board, Raneetha Rajaratnam. 

More than 8,000 daily visitors to the Spain pavilion were also able to experience the Real Madrid Foundation's omnichannel eLearning platform, Sports Values Academy TV, the first and only values and sports edutainment channel which recently received the Top Developer Awards.
Last season, more than 5,000 people received training with the Sport Values Academy in conferences, workshops, courses, training days on education, sport, values, neurodidactics and emotional intelligence, as well as other specialised contents from the Real Madrid Foundation's unique methodology, For a REAL Education: Values and Sport.