Map pinboarding for icebreaker and real-world case-based learning

Ikedinachi Ogamba

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Map pinboarding involves the use of Map, on Padlet or Google, to facilitate student engagement in icebreaker exercises and case pedagogy in online and blended classes. It allows tutors and students to pin (add) a post to specific geographic environments or locations, react to and comment on others’ posts. It also creates a global view of all participant’s selected locations, establishments, and posts. Therefore, it has been useful for classes with diversity of local and international students and for analysing real-world global concepts and case studies.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication100 Ideas for Active Learning
Place of PublicationUK
Publisher Active Learning Network & University of Sussex Library
Pages725 - 731
Number of pages7
ISBN (Electronic)9780995786271
Publication statusPublished - 20 Jul 2022


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