The OER Game!

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The OER Game!

OverviewPhase : Searching OERPreparationOER Search GameWinner Phase B: Mixing & Matching OERCreation of GroupsRemixing OERPresenting groupwork

Phase ASearching OER

Cards (1/4)Role CardsPupil/StudentEducator

Given randomly, independent from the real identity of the participant

Cards (2/4)Repository CardsGreek and Worldwide repositories that provide access to OERs

OER COMMONS

PHOTODENTRO LOR

PHOTODENTRO UGC

PHOTODENTRO OER

MULTIMEDIA EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE FOR LEARNING & ONLINE TEACHING

LRE Repository of OER

LeMillREPOSITORY

DIGITAL LIBRARY

SCIENTIX PORTAL

LA FLOR REPOSITORY

The OSRPORTAL

OPEN DISCOVERY SPACE PORTAL

PHOTODENTRO CULTURAL

5

Cards (3/4)Subject CardsPollutionClimate ChangeSchool violenceJoker card (free choice of subject)

Cards (4/4)Age CardsThey define the age group of the students for whom the OER retrieved should be appropriate6-99-1212-1515-18

PreparationCheck that your PC is connected to the internet and that it also has a working browser

Open a text editor of your choosingYou will need this throughout the game

Starting the GameBeneath the keyboard of the computer in front of you, you will find a card that contains your rolePupil/student or Educator

For the remaining of the game you will retrieve OER, appropriate for use by the role that you are assigned to

ProcessIn each round, a repository card appears on the screen in front of you, as well as a subject card and an age card

In this repository, you will search for OERs for the specific subject, appropriate for your role and also for the age group that the cards indicate

Example 1Youre a pupil and you are looking within Photodentro LOR, for OERs for the Pythagoras Theorem, targeted to your age group, that is 9-12 years old

PHOTODENTRO LOR

PYTHAGORAS THEOREM

9-12

Example 2You are an educator and you search within the OER Commons repository, material about climate change, to prepare a lesson for students from 12 to 15 years old

OER COMMONS

CLIMATE CHANGE

12-15

Example 3The players decide on the subject about which they will be searching within OER Commons, that should be for students from 12 to 15 years of age

OER COMMONS

12-15

End of RoundThe search lasts for 5 minutesWhen time end, the round is completedIn the end of the round, the subject and the results of the search, are transferred to the text editor and the document is saved each time to avoid data loss

ScoringIn each round, you win:For a successful search thats one or more results: 1 pointFor a failed search no results: point for trying

The one that gets most points in the rounds that will be played, is the winner

1st Round

PHOTODENTRO LOR

FOOD CHAIN

9-12

2nd Round

PHOTODENTRO LOR

9-12

POLLUTION

3rd Round

MULTIMEDIA EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE FOR LEARNING & ONLINE TEACHING

PLANETS

6-9

4th Round

STRESS & MODERN WAY OF LIFE

OER COMMONS

15-18

5th Round

PHOTODENTRO CULTURAL

ANCIENT GREECE

Phase BMixing & Matching OERs

Creating GroupsEach group will have 3-4 members and will work on a specific subject preparing complex OERs

The results of the searches of Phase A will be used during this partIf you want, you may search for additional OERs in this phase, but you will have to pay a price*

Example

PHOTODENTRO LOR

FOOD CHAIN

9-12

http://photodentro.edu.gr/lor/r/8521/8771?locale=el

ProcessThe team that has the winner of the previous phase, gets to pick a subject first

If more than one winners came out, the team of the oldest winner startsThe rest go clockwise

ProcessYou have 40 minutes at your disposal to prepare two remixed OERs1 for educators for the age range that was selected in Phase A for the specific subject1 for pupils, also for the same age range that was selected in Phase A for the same subjectEach remixed OER should contain from 2 to 5 OERs

*Looking for Extra OERsIf the OERs from Phase A are not enough, you can get an extra repository card and search within it for an OER

If you do that, then you can have as many as 4 (and not 5) OERs in your remixed OER

PreparationYou have 10 minutes to prepare your presentationWritten, with gestures, narration, but not on the PC!Split the roles and work together collaborateImprovise!As a team

PresentationYou will get 2 minutes to present each one of the two OERs that you create

No questions at this stage, as all of them can be asked and answered during the discussion part

Open ConversationIs it easy to search for OER?Were the results of your searches satisfying? Why? Why not?Was it easy to mix OERs? Which were the challenges?Is searching the same when you are a student and when youre an educator? How are they different?