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Giraffe Game                              Designing an Educational Game for Kenyan Children                              A...
What does learning                            mean to you?20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, ...
Project Overview20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tuto...
The Objectives• Making learning fun• Encouraging applied learning• Raising consciousness of real-life issues• Engage famil...
Kenya - Educational SystemEducational Challences in Kenya• Learning by memorizing• Competition for applying for universiti...
Kenya - Educational System20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurro...
The Stakeholders20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tuto...
Benchmarking20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tutors: ...
Existing Solutions - Digital                                                                                              ...
Existing Solutions - Digital                                                                                              ...
Existing Solutions - Systems                                                                                              ...
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Existing Solutions - Traditional                                                                                    Educat...
Approach20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tutors: Eva ...
Initial Ideas20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tutors:...
Timeline & Methods20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tu...
What did you find most                 interesting in your                  childhood games?                              ...
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  1. 1. Giraffe Game Designing an Educational Game for Kenyan Children Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Eva Kagiri, Kiarii Ngua20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tutors: Eva Kagiri, Kiarii Ngua
  2. 2. What does learning mean to you?20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tutors: Eva Kagiri, Kiarii Ngua
  3. 3. Project Overview20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tutors: Eva Kagiri, Kiarii Ngua
  4. 4. The Objectives• Making learning fun• Encouraging applied learning• Raising consciousness of real-life issues• Engage families and communities20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tutors: Eva Kagiri, Kiarii Ngua
  5. 5. Kenya - Educational SystemEducational Challences in Kenya• Learning by memorizing• Competition for applying for universities causes selfishness• Only 4 teachers / school• 5% of children are not enrolled in school• Lack of personalization• Real world, “ethno-mathematics” problems easier for kids20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tutors: Eva Kagiri, Kiarii Ngua
  6. 6. Kenya - Educational System20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tutors: Eva Kagiri, Kiarii Ngua
  7. 7. The Stakeholders20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tutors: Eva Kagiri, Kiarii Ngua
  8. 8. Benchmarking20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tutors: Eva Kagiri, Kiarii Ngua
  9. 9. Existing Solutions - Digital Improving Literacy in Rural India -Project 2009 • English lesson cell phone games modeled after traditional village gamesWord-picture matching game (vocabulary)Rearrange the words to form sentence (grammar)20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tutors: Eva Kagiri, Kiarii Ngua
  10. 10. Existing Solutions - Digital Playpower • Educational games for $10 TV- computer platform affordable for children in developing countries20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tutors: Eva Kagiri, Kiarii Ngua
  11. 11. Existing Solutions - Systems Mobile School • Belgian NGO that provides mobile schools in order to reach and educate street children all over the world20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tutors: Eva Kagiri, Kiarii Ngua
  12. 12. Existing Solutions - Systems Activity Based Learning (ABL) • Unicef funded project in Chennai, India • Self-learning according to aptitude and skills20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tutors: Eva Kagiri, Kiarii Ngua
  13. 13. Existing Solutions - Traditional Educational Card- & Board Games • Plenty of existing ones • Fun, social interaction • Inexpensive to manufacture20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tutors: Eva Kagiri, Kiarii Ngua
  14. 14. Approach20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tutors: Eva Kagiri, Kiarii Ngua
  15. 15. Initial Ideas20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tutors: Eva Kagiri, Kiarii Ngua
  16. 16. Timeline & Methods20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tutors: Eva Kagiri, Kiarii Ngua
  17. 17. What did you find most interesting in your childhood games? • Where? Classroom, outside, at home..? • Individual or group games? • Tools? • With or without teachers? • With or without parents? ...20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tutors: Eva Kagiri, Kiarii Ngua
  18. 18. Thank you! Psst.. Visit Our Blog: giraffegames.wordpress.com20.2.2012 Mid-Review by Students: Aslihan Oguz, Ketan Devadiga, Saara-Maria Kauppi, Jarkko Kurronen & Tutors: Eva Kagiri, Kiarii Ngua

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