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Web - CMS - API
MediaMasters is the serious game about the opportunities and dangers of (digital) media, especially made for groups 7 and 8. By playing the game, children acquire basic knowledge about media wisdom. How do you deal with social media, cybercrime, online bullying and gaming in a media-savvy way? During Media Literacy Week (4-12 November 2021), MediaMasters organises a national competition. During this contest thousands of classes will compete for the title 'Most media-savvy class of the Netherlands'. The competition is played through five MediaMissions that consist of various questions and assignments. The class that scores the most 'bits' wins the title of most media-minded class in the Netherlands and wins a great prize.
Besides the MediaMasters game, DTT also developed a teacher dashboard, helpdesk and CMS.
MediaMasters is partly financed by the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), a financing instrument of the European Union.
The dashboard gives an overview of the current rank, missions and media quizzes to earn extra bits.
Will your class take part in the national competition during Media Literacy Week from 5 to 13 November?
With the DemoMission, the class not only gains knowledge that will be useful during Media Literacy Week, but everyone also gets into the right mood.
During Media Literacy Week, a new mission is ready to be played every day.
Drag the words to the correct position.
Based on a statement, fingers are raised for true or false.
Based on the video that was shown, the children will choose the correct answer.
Let the class vote on whether the article is true or false.
Mock the stereotype.
How do you interact with each other according to netiquette?
Which path should Pixel follow to get to energy?
Teachers can see here which rank the class has achieved during Media Literacy Week.
Teachers can send invitations and accept or reject incoming requests.
Check out the FAQ here. Is your question not included? Then contact MediaMasters.
Admins can view an overview of all missions in the CMS.
They can also create new missions.
And check out mission details or delete missions.
Admins can add new slides to missions.
Admins can add or delete tags.
In addition, admins can add extra games and students can play extra games at home for extra bits.
Admins can edit the general instructions.
Prizes can be added, edited and deleted.
Aniek Breevoort, Productmanager
''Since the beginning of 2021, Dutch Media Literacy Network has entered a collaboration with DTT for the serious game MediaMasters. In a very short time (6 months), DTT has developed a completely new version of MediaMasters including a teacher portal, Content Management System (CMS), website and the game environment itself. They have done this very skilfully with an eye for detail and planning. DTT is an agency that can think along with you about what is necessary, acts adequately and is very reliable. They also offer good service on the solution and have a high response speed if assistance is needed. We are therefore very satisfied with this collaboration.''
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