Thanks for all your replies. Hier a list based on info from Tom Valente, Christina Press, George Barnett, Kate Eddens, Beatrice Garcia, Christine Sowa, Alicia Bargar, Johanna Jan, Britta Hoyer, Robert West, Ian McCulloh:
- Degrassi: A Canadian teen drama television series set in the Degrassi universe [based on 16 year old]
- Manga: Drawing Manga, Anime 
- Harry Potter: Books and movies, watch movie and code it, e.g. which characters said spells and who the spell was directed towards 
- Disney: Networks of the Disney characters and their relations to one another.
- Oracle of bacon website
- Drawing personal networks: A big bulls eye and they had to plot everyone they knew on it, etc.
- Tinker Toys: Students construct small group networks. The round pieces are the nodes and the sticks are the links. Having something concrete really works well with young students.
- Puzzle-solving game: Network analysis-themed escape room or Chamber of Secrets
- Pushpins and string
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I have a quick question for you. We will be having a summer program for middle-school girls and I am planning a “Girls do Networks” workshop (3 days). Does anyone here have experience/materials for such activities and/or do you have an idea for a practical project (data collection/analysis)… that doesn’t look like an idea from an old guy who tries to come up with something cool? ;)
PS: If you have a 12 +/- 2 year old daughter, I’d be happy if you do a little youth culture interview for me. I bet there is a movie/book/etc. that they all know that we could analyze…
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Technical University of Munich / Bavarian School of Public Policy
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