What should we do with a problematic pupil?
"You never really know a man until you stand in his shoes and walk around in them",
In these words Atticus explains Scout and Jem the way they should treat other people - those who are like them and those who are different from them; Black and white, criminals and their victims, haters and lovers.
In this game students are playing different characters from the novel "To Kill a Mockingbird": Scout, Jem, Aunt Alexandra, Calpurnia and Boo Radley. Each player is asked to "stand in the Other's shoes and walk around in them" in order to describe and explain his point of view, even if it is quite different from his own.
In the end of the game, the students will understand the complexity of Maycomb and the varied perspectives that comprise local society as well as human society in general.
This game explores the social dilemma of posting harmful and personal images on social media.
In this game, a high school student was upset with her teacher for giving her a bad grade on a test, and without too much thought, posted a picture of him with the title, "Stingy Steve". Moreover, she posted it to her friends on Snapchat, an app that deletes a post ten seconds after posting it. Unfortunately, the story doesn't end here.
Within those crucial ten seconds, one of Jude's friend's, took a screenshot of the image and re-posted it to a different group of friends on What's App. What she didn't know what that Jonathan, Steve's son, was in that group, and when he saw the post, he immediately reported it to his dad.
You are invited to partake in the hearing that was initiated by the Dean of the school. This hearing aims to conclude who the guilty party is, what will be the punishment, and how to behave in this kind of complex situation.