#TeachingHacks dicembre 2023

Annuncio per l’appuntamento mensile #TeachingHacks della Rete ANILS Mondo

Durante i nostri incontri, ci ritroviamo su Google Meet e discutiamo diversi temi sull’insegnamento delle lingue straniere o della lingua italiana.

Il prossimo incontro, tenuto da Francesca Ripamonti, sarà sugli Educational Escape Rooms.

Per partecipare:

Martedì, 12 dicembre · 4:00 – 5:00PM (ore italiane)

Link alla videochiamata:  https://meet.google.com/kow-ugpj-ygn


Educational Escape Rooms (ERs) have recently proven to be a functional game-based
approach adaptable to teaching various subjects. This case study examines the impact of an innovative online teaching practice set up with eight groups of 12th-graders involved in learning a timeless classroom topic -Shakespeare – drawing upon the use (and reuse) of Open Educational Resources (OERs). By transposing iconic scenes from the Bard’s comedies and tragedies into digital action games set in fictional environments, the participants first designed puzzles, tangled clues, and hid objects working on their specific plots. Subsequently, in a class competition, the teams collaboratively endeavoured to unveil riddles and accomplish specific digital tasks to escape the rivals’ locked rooms successfully in the allotted amount of time. Such a scenario gave the players/students the opportunity to experience cultural and historical details related to Shakespeare’s plays that would otherwise remain purely theoretical within a more traditional teaching and learning setting.

Relatrice: Francesca Ripamonti, University of Milan (Italy); Liceo scientifico “Gandini”, Lodi