Do you and your students love comics and escape games? That's good! Jean-Baptiste Oddou, educational advisor at the Fleuve-et-des-Lacs School Services Center, imagined an immersive scenario, called BDvasion, where the learner is the protagonist in charge of delivering a message of the utmost importance to the president of the World. The pupil is therefore led to solve puzzles to allow him to open virtual padlocks, and this, by reading various comic strips. But beware! Several pitfalls, challenges and formidable adversaries risk crossing its path ...
The primary objective of BDvasion is to promote the development of literacy skills in elementary and secondary school students. One adventure is therefore planned for 5 to 7 year olds and another, more difficult, is aimed at young people aged 10 and over. Jean-Baptiste Oddou adds that another avowed goal of BDvasion is to bring out a collective intelligence within the class group. Think, communicate, solve, collaborate; it is in a concerted effort that the students will use and develop several skills to achieve their ends, namely to open the famous virtual padlocks.
BDvasion can take many forms and adapt to different educational intentions. Whether it is to initiate a new learning, consolidate a notion, work in workshops or even to teach at a distance, these turnkey escape games will make students active in their learning process and will undoubtedly increase their motivation. read.
Your first mission, if you choose to accept it, is to get to BDvasion.ca to start the great adventure in the company of your students, as quickly as possible.
This message will self-destruct in five seconds ...
PS Watch BDvasion Facebook page to stay abreast of the new challenges offered by Jean-Baptiste Oddou.
To read or create comics in class, Carrefour education offers you its thematic guide.