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Saturday, January 25 • 14:30 - 15:30
Gamification in science lesson

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Adding elements of gamification and competition engages students and can sometimes just give the class a bit of a breath of fresh air. In this session, I'll share a few different games I've developed in my science classroom (both when there was sufficient give room time-wise and when I've had to race against the clock in grade 12). Some of the games include: turning typical textbook worksheets into games such as ‘celebrity head: disease”, simple revision puzzles, vocabulary-based Quizlets, and using standard multiple-choice questions as an Easter egg hunt, as well as my boardgame, “Sci-ticulate”.
There will be opportunities to share games that have worked well in your own classroom, as well as brainstorm new ideas for your class.


Outcomes:
Develop ideas to engage students through games.
Develop ways to make vocabulary and revision more interesting.

Speakers
JF

Jennifer Fueckel

Secondary Chemistry Teacher, Bonn International School


Saturday January 25, 2020 14:30 - 15:30 CET
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