摘要:最近喜欢社交媒体的老师们都在讨论, Pokemon go这种文化现象在我们的教室是否也占据一席之地。接下来我们就来看看各种老师们是怎么评价这个现象的吧?

最近喜欢社交媒体的老师们都在讨论, Pokemon go这种文化现象在我们的教室是否也占据一席之地。

接下来我们就来看看各种老师们是怎么评价这个现象的吧:

1.“我们老师没必要想尽办法去了解小孩们喜欢的每个东西,还想着去利用它教学。”

这个Reddit用户只想要孩子们尽情玩游戏就好,我猜很多老师们也同意他的观点,尤其是还有那么多教学工具等着咱去学呢。

 

2.“我在考虑明年针对这个游戏开设一门新课……”

“我真的想明年针对这个游戏开设一门新课呢。我在课堂上其实已经设置了很多游戏了,但是还没想好怎么想针对Pokemon Go去设置这门课程呢。”- Reddit 用户 nwgnr

 

3.我们先默哀一下吧

Twitter网友Greg Jeffrey提出了一个观点,很多老师也在想这个问题。那就是这个App会不会干扰到学校的教学活动呢?学生们可能会在课堂时间去讨论这个游戏,而且这个游戏还需要我们到处走动,所以我们还是先别过度投入在这个游戏上面了吧。

很多老师必须面对学生们玩游戏而不听课的现实,我们现在先为那么老师们默哀一下吧。

 

4.一个让数学老师开心的理由

根据这篇由小学老师Sandy J 分享的文章,数学老师谈到这个APP的时候感到很兴奋。以下是这篇文章的链接: https://t.co/IAdwINKjcM

 

5.体育老师能期待学生们变得更活跃吗?

学生们会不会在接下来的一学年变得更加健康呢?

毕竟Pokemon Go给学生们运动量比在体育课还多

 

6.学生和老师终于能有共通的地方了

这款游戏的流行终于让学生们和老师找到了一些共同之处,老师们今天终于不用费劲的去找和学生们的共同点了。你只用说一下你的培训师级别就够啦!

更神奇的是,很多高中老师们都会把他们的软件进度截图发到社交网络上去,这个真是出乎我的意料之外。

-Hamzah Ahmed (@hamzah_rizzu)

《精灵宝可梦Go》是由任天堂、Pokémon公司和谷歌Niantic Labs公司联合制作开发的现实增强(AR)宠物养成对战类RPG手游。该作于2016年7月7日在澳大利亚新西兰区域首发,登陆Android和ios 平台,首发于App Store和Google Play  ,7月22日在日本地区上线 ,7月25日正式登陆香港,系亚洲第二个开放地区。《精灵宝可梦Go》是一款对现实世界中出现的宝可梦进行探索捕捉、战斗以及交换的游戏。玩家可以通过智 能手机在现实世界里发现精灵,进行抓捕和战斗。玩家作为精灵训练师抓到的精灵越多会变得越强大,从而有机会抓到更强大更稀有的精灵。

 

原文:

What Teachers Think About Pokémon GO’s Educational Benefit

Teachers have taken to social media in recent days to discuss whether or not the cultural phenomenon has a place in the classroom. Here are some thoughts from all sides of the spectrum from your fellow peers:

1.“We as teachers don’t need to poach every thing kids like and try [to] use it for learning.”

This Reddit user just wants to let the kids enjoy the game. I’m sure he or she has a lot of teachers who agree, especially given all the OTHER tools you’re trying to adapt to the curriculum!

Read the full comment:

2.“I’m definitely considering setting up an extra curricular thing around it next year…”

“I’m definitely considering setting up an extra curricular thing around it next year. I do a lot of gaming in my class already but haven’t quite yet worked out how to weave my curriculum into it,” says Reddit user nwgnr.

The idea of setting up extracurricular groups to catch Pokémon has crossed many teachers’ and administrators’ minds, and if the trend lasts, could be a staple of next school year.

Read the full comment:

3.“Let’s have a moment of silence.”

Twitter user Greg Jeffreys brings up something that has been on many teachers’ minds: Will the app interfere with classroom instruction? While kids may be more likely to be chatty about the game during class time, the game does require users to move around, so this could be a reason not too lose too much sleep over it.

Let us now have a moment of silence for all the teachers who will have to deal with kids playing #PokemonGOinstead of listening In class.

— Greg Jeffreys (@Greg_Jeffreys) July 14, 2016

4.A reason for U.S. math teachers to rejoice:

According to this article shared by elementary educator Sandy J, U.S. math teachers have something to be excited about when it comes to the app:

Math teachers around the US rejoice! #PokemonGo#mathchat https://t.co/IAdwINKjcM

— SandyJ (@SandyJ229) July 12, 2016

5.Can gym teachers expect more active students? 

Can gym teachers be excited for a more physically fit lot of students this upcoming school year?

Pokemon Go is having kids do more exercise than their gym teachers could ever make them do before. #Pokemon#pokemongo

— Sarah Sarsfield (@SarsfieldSarah) July 9, 2016

6.Students and teachers can actually have something in common.

The popularity of this app makes it a lot easier for students and teachers to find out they have something in common. You might not have to try so hard to relate to your students this year–a simple statement of your trainer level will suffice!

What’s crazy is that a lot of my old HS teachers are posting screenshots of their Pokémon Go game progress, it’s unexpected

— Hamzah Ahmed (@hamzah_rizzu) July 9, 2016

7.However you chose to do it, just embrace it!

Says Reddit user IronTeach: “

“I was hoping to use it during our free lunch period to get some kids to walk around the school. I’m hoping that if they’re given time with it then they won’t be on it in class.

I also play it, so I’m thinking of using it to get kids writing. I teach English and already know there will be great stories to tell.

I find its better to embrace something like this with my students because the more they enjoy my class the more they’ll learn.