Fun for when you’re attending your next conference on education: Educational Myths Bingo

If you know bullshit- or buzzword-bingo, you too can play this game:

Buzzword bingo, also known as bullshit bingo,[1] is a bingo-style game where participants prepare bingo cards with buzzwords and tick them off when they are uttered during an event, such as a meeting or speech. The goal of the game is to tick off a predetermined number of words in a row and then yell “Bingo!” (or “Bullshit!”). (source Wikipedia)

You can use this card to play this game, but thx to the generator of Frank Ledo, you can make your own cards to play the game!

If you want to know why something is a myth, check our book 🙂.

Urban Myths Bingo

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3 responses to “Fun for when you’re attending your next conference on education: Educational Myths Bingo

  1. Pingback: De onderwijsmythe-bingo in het Nederlands | X, Y of Einstein?

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