Sounds like crazy, wonderfully energy charged session 🙂 Congratulations to you and your students Maha.
I noticed that when it comes to technology many prefer to do it alone once they’ve figured it out unless teaming up is absolutely an integral part of the activity ( or is it only technology? hmm may be not).
I think it was a great decision to use ambiguity or lack of instructions as a tool 🙂 I found that ,combined with the right environment and learning conditions, it produces more learning coupled with high levels of interaction and energy (consructivist and constructionist?). hmmm any way when training managers I even use it to create frustration sometimes 🙂 . No, I am not being evil, I usually use it to lead to aha moments, new ways of thinking , opening new doors, but I have to confess that with some managers I thoroughly enjoyed it.
BTW, now I understand why I didn’t see much happening on the #gameseg tag lol.