Do you take part in our creative challenge of the day?
Monday 2 July
Today the participants learn about gamification. Typical game elements can spice up learning activities in the classroom.
Have you ever heard of steganography? It is the art of hiding secret messages (or images) into an image.
There is nothing special about the pictures below? Well… inside the picture there is secret information. You can use this Online Steganography tool to decode the pictures below.
You can also use the same tool to create your own encrypted picture. Why don’t you give it a try and share your own picture with a secret message. Post it on Twitter with the hashtags #fclsumac and #steganography
Why don’t you join this Digital Breakout and Bring Back Bart: bit.ly/bringbartback
Tuesday 3 July
As an optional part of the course programme the participants get the opportunity to visit some museums in Brussels. Many of the paintings of René Magritte, a Belgian painter, can be viewed in Musée Magritte Museum.
Be inspired for this challenge by the painting below in which Magritte combines 2 elements that don’t fit at first sight.
The course participants have a session on social media today. Take, like the course participants will do, a picture and share it on Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #fclsumac. The picture must show a combination of elements that don’t fit together… at first sight.
Wednesday 5 July
Today the participants explore QR, AR and VR for education. Please take a free account at qrinfopoint.com.
Create an interactive multimedia QR code. Record yourself (sound or video), ask a question, activate the comments and share the QR code on Twitter with hashtag #fclsumac.
For the visitors of this blog we have an extra challenge. Can you crack this code? Do you know the name of this flower?
Thursday 6 July
Today the course participants delve into the Flipped Classroom Model. Flipping doesn’t have to be done with videos. We’d like to know what resources and materials you use to flip your classroom? Click this Flipgrid and record your answer.
Friday 7 July
Today the course participants work on Digital Storytelling. Take a free account on tolks.io and share your story on Twitter with hashtag #fclsumac.