Teach One



The purpose of this unit is to combine the knowledge from the See One unit and Do One unit, with the experience gained from carrying out a playful simulation in an educational context. In the Teach One unit you will combine all the knowledge and experience around playful simulations by creating a Teach One blogpost where you share your experience, thoughts and insights to inspire others.

In the following Remix One unit you will read - and hopefully be inspired by - other participants’ blogpost and try to take ideas, advice and knowledge from their knowledge and experience to further your own practice.



The Teach One unit consists of the following elements:

  • Knowledge on blog post characteristics and examples. This element of the unit describes central characteristics of academic blogging and teacher blogposts as well as point towards some good examples of how to do academic blogging and teacher blogpost. Here, the reader gets some tips to writing a blogpost as well as some insight into how such a blogpost might look.
  • Writing to teach - the purpose of teacher blogs. This element of the unit provides some reasons for how teachers could benefit from blogging and what insights this might give in relation to their own practice and teaching experiments.
  • The elements of the Teach One blogpost and the Play&Learn Digimedia blog. This element of the unit re-introduces the Scripting Template presented in the Do One unit with a focus on transforming the Do One activity into a Teach One activity. The unit also presents the different elements that constitute the Teach One blogpost you are going to write. Finally, the element of the unit also takes you through the practicalities of the blog platform and gives you step by step instructions on how to create your blogpost.
  • You need to create a user on the site to be able to make a blogpost. Press the button below to register.


After sign up, you will receive an email with further instructions about how you access the platform to create a blog post


The overall aim of the Teach One unit is to facilitate reflections and insights on how the playful experiment worked as teaching activity through the writing of a Teach One blogpost, as well as the sharing knowledge and ideas with other teachers interested in simulations.