“Personally I think what I have taken away from this project is that as teachers we often underestimate what we are capable of achieving.”—Amelia Walsh (2013)
by learning with and about Alternate Reality Games.
What skills and qualities are needed to be a good explorer? What makes an explorer 'significant'? How do we set about finding out?
A dragon is on the loose, but which one? Help the dragon hunters to find the right creature by adding a page to the precious 'Dragons of the World' book.
Queen Elizabeth's valuable silver salt cellar has been stolen. Can you discover the suspect who is lying? Compare two sources of evidence, filmed interviews and CCTV footage, to solve the case.
“The children were engaged, enthusiastic and excited from the start. There were lots of opportunities for the children to learn independently and become autonomous in their research.”—Teacher (2013)
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