OPPi in the classroom

What is OPPi and how does it help educators?

OPPi is a regenerative engagement exercise that encourages and empowers passive students to become active learners. Unlike existing tools, OPPi builds consensus in the classroom by creating a safe space for open discussion.

Essentially, OPPi is a hybrid of a focus group discussion and a typical survey form.

How we can learn better

Bringing OPPi to the classrooms

Why should I use OPPi?

OPPi allows educators to pave the way for a more participatory style of learning in their classrooms through emergent or wiki-surveys.

It helps students to

  • Actively practice inquiry-based learning with real-world situations
  • Find empathy from common ground
  • Know the value of dialogue, collaboration and deep reflection
  • Build consensus and heal divides
  • Be empowered to have open discussion in safe spaces and become active learners
Learn more

OPPi Education Resources

Gamifying OPPi

Provide students with the power of choice while also introducing the idea of a common ground.

The OPPi Debate: A case for common ground

Reinvent the dynamics of a debate and unite varying perspectives.

Forum Theatre with OPPi

Let students take full ownership of their learning.

Conduct Issue-Based Lessons

Integrate OPPi into any existing lesson plan to complement all teaching styles.


A Case Study with Shakespeare's Julius Caesar

How this could look like in a classroom

Can we have students learn the value of play and thought at the same time? Try out this comprehensive guide to conduct a class today.


Start using OPPi today

It’s time we had an open and honest dialogue with each other.

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