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Games in open spaces: design fascinating hybrid games with the aid of technology

The OCC invites the teachers to play

3-4 & 10-11 NOV 2018
17:00-20:00
For primary educators (kindergarten and elementary school), secondary and special education teachers
Are your students glued to their mobile screen? Now they can be set free while they combine the digital with the real world. Because now you can inspire them with interactive games, tell original stories of the city or explore events and various topics.
Participation Cost: 40 € (for all four workshops in the cycle)
Can we make our city tell us its story? Can we design games and new learning experiences for our students? Yes, we can. With the aid of technology, we can design games in a natural environment (like a treasure hunt in an archaeological site, or animal, vegetable, mineral in the neighbourhood) with digital apps, creating fascinating experiences for the pupils.
 
During the game, information such as photos, texts, narratives and maps reach the mobile screens or other gadgets and the game is on. As part of the workshop, the teachers will learn to use the new tools so that they can design, by themselves or with the help of their pupils, new learning experiences.

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Addressed to:
Primary educators (kindergarten and elementary school), secondary and special education teachers
 
Dates:
Saturday 3, Sunday 4, Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 November 2018
 
Hours:
17:00-20:00
 
Participation Cost:
40 € (for all four workshops in the cycle)

Reservation and more info:
Tel: 213 017 8002
Email: education@sgt.gr

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Eleni Kolovou: Architect, Educational Program Designer and Educator
Maria Saridaki: PhD, Researcher & Adjunct Professor at University of Athens, New Technologies Laboratory in Communication, Education and the Mass Media, University of Athens
 

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