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Workshop Gaming in Media Literacyby Hanze Universitystudents 	Groningen, the Netherlands<br />&quot;DON&apos;T BOTHER ME, ...
Index<br />Brainstorm session<br />Classifications of Games<br />Examples of Games<br />Discussion<br />Whyuse games to te...
Gaming in Media Literacy					brainstorm<br />Discusswhatyouthink Media Literacy is.<br />Time:  5 minutes<br />
Gaming in Media Literacy			Video Games – Core Gaming<br /><ul><li>Knownforitshistory aspect
Developedfor pc’s, butmostlyplayedon consoles</li></ul>- Action games:<br />- RolePlaying Games (RPG)<br />	- First Person...
 Simulation Games
 Strategic Simulation Games
 Skill Simulation Games
 Music Games
 Sport Games</li></li></ul><li>Gaming in Media Literacy			Video Games – CasualGaming<br /><ul><li>Easy accessible – jump i...
Playedon PC, PDA and Mobile Phones</li></ul>- 3 in a row<br />- search and find<br />- Time and Click – management<br />- ...
Gaming in Media Literacy			Video Games – SeriousGaming<br />Designed for  education, simulation, advertising or training<b...
Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – My Pop Studio<br />
Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – My Pop Studio<br />What is My Pop Studio<br />Creative play experience that st...
Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – My Pop Studio<br />Magazine studio<br />
Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – My Pop Studio<br />TV studio<br />
Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – My Pop Studio<br />Music studio<br />
Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – My Pop Studio<br />Digital studio<br />
Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – My Pop Studio<br />Share opinions<br />
Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – My Pop Studio<br /><ul><li>Creators
Team of researchers
Media professionals at the Media Education Lab
Teams of girls
Why is this game necessary?
Entertainment media, popular culture, product placement, advertising, celebrity culture and online social interaction all ...
Recent study: today's children are not well-equipped to deal with the current digital media and advertising environment</l...
Understanding media messages
How to behave in situations they have not yet experienced.
Recognize the power they have to make effective choices about their media consumption behaviour.
Recognize that fashion magazines and advertising create impossible ideals and stereotypes that are unrealistic, unhealthy ...
Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – Global Conflicts<br />What is it?<br />series of games for students<br />explo...
Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – Global Conflicts<br />Global Conflicts: Latin America (GC:LA – 2008)<br />Conf...
Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – Global Conflicts<br />Global Conflicts Palestine (GC:P)<br />Global Conflicts:...
Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – Global Conflicts<br />Global Conflicts: Child soldiers (GC:CS - 2009)<br />Foc...
Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – Global Conflicts<br />Global Conflicts: Sweatshop (GC:S)<br />Journalist is in...
Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – Global Conflicts<br />Awards:<br />Nordic Game Nominee (2008-2009)<br />IndieC...
Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – Global Conflicts<br />
Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – The Wiki Game<br />Objective of the game: <br />You have to go from a starting...
Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – The Game<br />http://library.uncg.edu/game/newgame.html#<br />
Gaming in Media LiteracyDiscussion<br />Should we use games to teach Media Literacy?<br />Why or why not?<br />Which targe...
Gaming in Media LiteracyWhy<br />Whychange the currentway of teaching?<br />Ourlearners have changedradically<br />These l...
Gaming in Media LiteracyWhy<br />Why use games in education?<br />Good game design is the key<br />James Paul Gee (What Vi...
Gaming in Media LiteracyWhy<br /><ul><li>Effectiveness of games
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  1. 1. Workshop Gaming in Media Literacyby Hanze Universitystudents Groningen, the Netherlands<br />&quot;DON&apos;T BOTHER ME, MOM -- I&apos;M LEARNING”<br /> - M. Prensky<br />Bolivia:<br />Gabriel CaprilesFlores<br />Greece:<br />DimitraPanopoulou<br />The Netherlands:<br />Anja Brunekreeft<br />Laura ten Have<br />MarlousHoogendoorn<br />GerthiOosting<br />Leonie Wijsbeek <br />
  2. 2. Index<br />Brainstorm session<br />Classifications of Games<br />Examples of Games<br />Discussion<br />Whyuse games to teach?<br />Social Media Games<br />Mobile Games<br />Discussion<br />
  3. 3. Gaming in Media Literacy brainstorm<br />Discusswhatyouthink Media Literacy is.<br />Time: 5 minutes<br />
  4. 4. Gaming in Media Literacy Video Games – Core Gaming<br /><ul><li>Knownforitshistory aspect
  5. 5. Developedfor pc’s, butmostlyplayedon consoles</li></ul>- Action games:<br />- RolePlaying Games (RPG)<br /> - First PersonShooter<br /> - ThirdPersonShooter<br /> - Shootem up<br />- Fighting Games<br /><ul><li> Platform Games
  6. 6. Simulation Games
  7. 7. Strategic Simulation Games
  8. 8. Skill Simulation Games
  9. 9. Music Games
  10. 10. Sport Games</li></li></ul><li>Gaming in Media Literacy Video Games – CasualGaming<br /><ul><li>Easy accessible – jump in and out ondemand
  11. 11. Playedon PC, PDA and Mobile Phones</li></ul>- 3 in a row<br />- search and find<br />- Time and Click – management<br />- Word games<br />- Board and Map<br />- Puzzle games<br />
  12. 12. Gaming in Media Literacy Video Games – SeriousGaming<br />Designed for education, simulation, advertising or training<br />- Training: brain training games<br />- Simulation <br />- Advergames<br />- Edutainment<br />- Games-based learning<br /> (defined learning outcomes)<br />- Edumarket games (combining several aspects in serious gaming)<br />- News games<br />- Simulation or simulation games<br />- Persuasive games<br />- Organizational- dynamic games<br />- Games for health<br />- Art games<br />- Militainment<br />
  13. 13. Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – My Pop Studio<br />
  14. 14. Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – My Pop Studio<br />What is My Pop Studio<br />Creative play experience that strengthens critical thinking skills about television, music, magazines and online media directed at girls<br />Four studios: Magazine Studio, TV Studio, Music Studio, Digital Studio<br />Free available online at www.mypopstudio.com, you have to log-in<br />
  15. 15. Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – My Pop Studio<br />Magazine studio<br />
  16. 16. Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – My Pop Studio<br />TV studio<br />
  17. 17. Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – My Pop Studio<br />Music studio<br />
  18. 18. Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – My Pop Studio<br />Digital studio<br />
  19. 19. Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – My Pop Studio<br />Share opinions<br />
  20. 20. Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – My Pop Studio<br /><ul><li>Creators
  21. 21. Team of researchers
  22. 22. Media professionals at the Media Education Lab
  23. 23. Teams of girls
  24. 24. Why is this game necessary?
  25. 25. Entertainment media, popular culture, product placement, advertising, celebrity culture and online social interaction all have an influence on girls' social, mental, physical and emotional development
  26. 26. Recent study: today's children are not well-equipped to deal with the current digital media and advertising environment</li></li></ul><li>Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – My Pop Studio<br /><ul><li>Learningoutcomes
  27. 27. Understanding media messages
  28. 28. How to behave in situations they have not yet experienced.
  29. 29. Recognize the power they have to make effective choices about their media consumption behaviour.
  30. 30. Recognize that fashion magazines and advertising create impossible ideals and stereotypes that are unrealistic, unhealthy and undesirable in real life</li></li></ul><li>Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – Global Conflicts<br />
  31. 31. Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – Global Conflicts<br />What is it?<br />series of games for students<br />explore and learn about different conflicts throughout the world<br />3D role playing games in a simulation set-up<br />What do you have to do:<br />Narrtor of a journalist  write articles<br />Journalist will meet different people<br />Mission of the game: form your opinion <br />
  32. 32. Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – Global Conflicts<br />Global Conflicts: Latin America (GC:LA – 2008)<br />Conflicts across the region from Bolivia up to the Mexican border.<br />
  33. 33. Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – Global Conflicts<br />Global Conflicts Palestine (GC:P)<br />Global Conflicts: Palestine (2007)<br />Conflict between Israelis and Palestinians<br />
  34. 34. Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – Global Conflicts<br />Global Conflicts: Child soldiers (GC:CS - 2009)<br />Focusses on child soldiers in Uganda, human rights and war crimes.<br />
  35. 35. Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – Global Conflicts<br />Global Conflicts: Sweatshop (GC:S)<br />Journalist is in Bangladesh as a representative of European leatherwear to investigation child labour in a tannery<br />
  36. 36. Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – Global Conflicts<br />Awards:<br />Nordic Game Nominee (2008-2009)<br />IndieCade Finalist (2008-2009)<br />PcZone Indie Game of the Month award (2007)<br />Children&apos;s software review (2007)<br />KEK most creative product (2006)<br />
  37. 37. Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – Global Conflicts<br />
  38. 38. Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – The Wiki Game<br />Objective of the game: <br />You have to go from a starting Wikipedia article to an ending article using only the hyperlinks within the articles<br />http://wikipediagame.org/<br />
  39. 39. Gaming in Media LiteracyExamples of games – The Game<br />http://library.uncg.edu/game/newgame.html#<br />
  40. 40. Gaming in Media LiteracyDiscussion<br />Should we use games to teach Media Literacy?<br />Why or why not?<br />Which target group?<br />In what kind of situation? <br />
  41. 41. Gaming in Media LiteracyWhy<br />Whychange the currentway of teaching?<br />Ourlearners have changedradically<br />These learnersneed to bemotivated in newways<br />Prensky: ‘Students are no longer the people our educational system was designed to teach.’<br /> <br />
  42. 42. Gaming in Media LiteracyWhy<br />Why use games in education?<br />Good game design is the key<br />James Paul Gee (What Video Games Have to Teach Us About Learning and Literacy): ‘Games are heavily motivating’<br />Computer can track choices of gamer<br />
  43. 43. Gaming in Media LiteracyWhy<br /><ul><li>Effectiveness of games
  44. 44. Multi-tasking
  45. 45. Use of tools
  46. 46. Experience</li></ul>James Paul Gee: “It is more important to know how to learn proactively than it is to memorize a set of things once and for all.”<br />
  47. 47. Gaming in Media LiteracyWhy<br /><ul><li>Ace of Mythology
  48. 48. Search further
  49. 49. They get interested
  50. 50. Unintentional learning</li></li></ul><li>Gaming in Media LiteracyWhy<br /><ul><li>Usage of games for teaching purposes
  51. 51. Squire & MIT students and “Supercharged”
  52. 52. The University of Miami and “Budgetball”
  53. 53. HdM (Stuttgart) Summerschool workshop “Intercultural Encounters” and “Ecotonos”</li></li></ul><li>Gaming in Media LiteracySocial Media Games<br />Trends<br /><ul><li>Virtual worlds
  54. 54. Personalization</li></li></ul><li>Gaming in Media LiteracySocial Media Games<br />Trends <br />System simulators<br />Interesting missions<br />
  55. 55. Gaming in Media LiteracySocial Media Games<br />Trends:<br />Donations as revenue<br />Usingfriendsgameplay data<br />Capitalizingplayers resources<br />
  56. 56. Gaming in Media LiteracySocial Media Games<br />Top 10 Facebook Games<br />1. Farmville<br />2. Word challenge<br />3. Mafia Wars<br />4. Yoville<br />5. Bejeweled Blitz<br />6. Zynga Poker<br />7. Know-it-all Trivia<br />8. MindJolt Games<br />9. Restaurant City<br />10. Biotronic<br />
  57. 57. Gaming in Media Literacy Mobile Games<br />Requirements<br />Easy to learn<br />Interruptible<br />Rich social interactions<br />Take advantage<br />Non explicit content<br />
  58. 58. Gaming in Media Literacy Mobile Games in 2006 – 2009<br />2006 2009 <br />
  59. 59. Gaming in Media Literacy Mobile Games in 2006 – 2009<br />2006 2009<br />
  60. 60. Gaming in Media Literacy Mobile Games in 2006 – 2009<br /> 2006 2009<br />
  61. 61. Gaming in Media Literacy Mobile Games in 2006 – 2009<br />2006 (and older) 2009 <br />
  62. 62. Gaming in Media Literacy Mobile Games in 2006 – 2009<br />2006 2009<br />
  63. 63. Gaming in Media LiteracyNetwork Games<br />
  64. 64. Gaming in Media LiteracyDiscussion<br />What could be the effects of future games on Media Literacy?<br />Do you think that you will use gaming in Media Literacy surroundings in the near future? Why or why not?<br />What kind of games do you think will be useful to teach Media Literacy in the future?<br />…?<br />
  65. 65. Gaming in Media Literacy<br />THE END<br />Don’tforget to visitour poster presentation!<br />
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