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27-31 August 2019
Poznań, Poland
Europe/Warsaw timezone
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Games, Technology and Concepts: resources we use for teaching and learning anthropology [IUAES Commission on Anthropology and Education]

Place

Location: Poznań, Poland
Date: 28 Aug 11:00 - 12:45

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We invite participants to showcase resources used to teach and learn anthropology. This panel provides a hands-on complement to the ‘Teaching and Learning’ panel from the IUAES Commission on Anthropology and Education. Rather than traditional paper proposals, our vision is to show, tell and discuss games, technology and concepts which are used around the world to teach anthropology courses and ideas (and to teach anthropologically). In additional to contributing to a visual showcase of resources from around the world, we invite presenters to explore why and how particular teaching and learning resources work (or don’t work) in particular contexts. What role do physical games, video games, websites, films, role-play activities, podcasts and items of material culture play in anthropology education? What types of resources help build anthropological ways of thinking? What creative ways are there to engage students? How have anthropology teaching and learning resources changed over the last fifty years? How might resources change in the next fifty years? What role can technology play in the teaching and learning of anthropology? What makes learning memorable and how can we take students’ interests and preferences into account? By bringing resources together from around the world we will consider how to select and adapt resources for particular local contexts. It’s a chance to explore creative possibilities for learners and teachers to engage with anthropology.

Conveners

  • P 23.1
    • Ms. Ford, Emma (Royal Anthropological Institute)
    • Dr. Lam, Mailing Rivera (Coordinadora Subsede Catedra UNESCO Lectura y escritura, Directora Proyecto ACACIA, Universidad de Antofagasta)

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Join us for a showcase! Take part in educational activities and discussions based on an ethnographic film-clip. Build learning with film at the centre, not the edge. Come away with a practical example to use with your class, lecture, tutorial or seminar group. Find out how to take film further. Showcasing a teaching resource from ‘Ethnographic Video Online, Teaching Edition’, we will cons ... More
Presented by Emma FORD on 28/8/2019 at 11:40
The understanding of mathematics is based on the construction of logical-mathematical notions that the child creates in interaction with their environment. This is why it needs basic structures to understand the idea of ​​implicit number in mathematical operations, these are the Conservation of Quantity Despite their transformations and the ability to group a set of elements according to some ... More
Presented by Paola FONTANA ADASME
Special Schools were established in the backward regions of India in the year 2004-05 to ensure universal intake and quality education. In India situation of Girls education is not up to the mark, the situation is worse in the rural areas. Primary aim of such schools was to provide facilities for primary education to all the girls in rural areas. Special attention is paid to the dropouts. This is ... More
Presented by Dr. Subasi BARLA on 28/8/2019 at 12:20
In my paper I approach gamification as a viable alternative to other ways of teaching Anthropology. After more than a decade of teaching Cultural Anthropology, I argue that serious games offer the possibility to immerse oneself in a virtual heterotopia that is attractive because it can easily be personalized for one's learning needs. Moreover, gamification entails an abandonment of the sharp disti ... More
Presented by Mihai BURLACU on 28/8/2019 at 9:00
Porta is a game created to develop language skills, communication and scientific thinking. Its construction and validation was developed in stages of ethnographic systematization, disciplinary didactics and research on accessible and affective education. The learning approach is anthropological and socio-constructionist, based on ethnographic studies developed with schoolchildren in northern Chi ... More
Presented by Dr. Lam MAILING RIVERA on 28/8/2019 at 11:20
The ethnic groups of southwest China have been the interest for anthropologists.the cultures of this region are known to the world through anthropologists'descriptions,but how to make the young people inherit and familiarize themselves with their own culture?In recent years,through collecting and organizing of local knowledge,and by means of teaching,the local anthropology knowledge is imparted to ... More
Presented by Zhiyong YANG on 28/8/2019 at 12:00
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