At the beginning of October I read Michele Martin’s blog post “The Social Media Game – Remixed and Some Comments” in which she shares her material and experience of playing that game at a conference. As I had just started teaching an optional module in our bachelor on “(Peer) Tutoring for the Learning with New Media”, I wanted to play it with my students if time permitted.
Yesterday, during our last of the five 3-hour sessions, I had planned 30 minutes for the game as we had already looked at some of the tools mentioned in the game and thus skipped the introductory remarks for the tools.
The scenarios provided by Michele Martin did not fit my target audience too well and thus I thought up some which I want to share here. Due to time constraints, we shortened the game and only used two scenarios. Although I think that I was more excited about the game than my students, they did a good job at discussing the various options and coming up with a good tool set.
I post the scenarios in English and German as I had written them in German originally and did not want to discard them.
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