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I- Step 1 - Implementation
- Display panels for paper profiles. Depending on the number of profiles provided, the walls can also be used in the multi-purpose room.
- Patafix/tape, tacks
1- Students produce a paper version of their various social network accounts.
Students must be given sufficient notice (at least 2 weeks). Producing a paper profile takes a little time. For Facebook, for example, it is necessary to combine several sheets of paper.
The best program is probably PowerPoint, and then save the slides as a pdf.
2- The profiles will then be displayed in the form of galleries, a bit like in a museum.
II- Step 2 - Creating forms to analyze student reaction
1- Production of 3 online forms (Microsoft Forms) that will be accessible by QR code displayed in some areas of the room.
Students will be informed that they will be asked to complete 3 forms on:
a- Their own reaction to participation in this activity/ attitude towards social networks.
b- Problems that can be caused by the information provided in the online profiles.
c- More generally, the legislation that governs the information available on profiles.
(See example provided in attachment)
2- Joint elaboration of the questions on the forms, internally at the DFG, and also by asking foreign partners in Madrid.
The DFG team will finalize the list of questions 2 weeks before the visit to SB.
3- On the first day (Monday, after reception), students look at the profiles and answer the forms using their smartphones. They must first have downloaded a QR scanner application (free of charge). The same telephone can be used several times in case some students do not have one, or if they do not have an Internet connection.
4- Responses are collected and analyzed in real time by Microsoft Forms.
III- Step 3 - Results - Exploitation
1- On the last day, during the "Flyers" activity, students are confronted with the overall results of the surveys to which they have responded.
The results will be posted in the rooms where they will work on the Flyers.
2- One or two teams of students (2 or 3 per team) will conduct an interview (podcast radio or video?) of small international teams (from 2 to 4) which will focus on the results of the surveys:
Were you surprised by...? Most people answered that...do you agree with that? How did you feel...? …
The questions will have to be defined before mobility to SB.
3- The students edit the radio/video report.
4- The finished reports are downloaded online.
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