Your students will be able to play at the same time that they will learn about global health problems , technology and citizen science. These workshops are recommended for boys and girls between 10 and 16 years old . If you want to carry out the workshop on your own, we leave you some simple instructions to do in class.
Below we link all the necessary materials to do an hour-long workshop.
Explain to your students what the project consists of and how they help diagnose real cases of this disease by becoming Malaria hunter.
We provide you with all the necessary material: a presentation , an explanation for you and awards for your students.
You can play online from a computer or you can download on tablet and mobile . Here you have the necessary links.
The game is a competition, which you can create in class with the ‘Create competition’ button located just below.
The steps to perform are very simple: you just have to create the name of the team, with which you want your students to join, and set the time you want the competition to last, we recommend between 10 and 15 minutes. Your students must enter the team name at the end of the game for the score to be registered.
You can follow the scores on the projector in real time.
Once the students have finished playing you will be able to see on the competition screen the best scores.
To conclude the dynamic a reflection of what has been learned, can be proposed putting it in writing briefly, in a post-it for example.
In addition, you can print and deliver the Diplomas we have prepared.
The more clicks we have, the easier it will be for us to generate artificial intelligence algorithms to contribute to medical diagnosis.
Tell your experience as a Malaria hunter, and help us fight disease. On social media or in your neighborhood , anything goes!
Also tell us how the workshop has gone, we would love to hear you.