Currently, we see an increased focus on the social and environmental responsibilities of designers when designing technologies. There are however few academic examples describing how to teach students to become responsible designers and engineers who are attentive to values in design. We are therefore developing teaching activities as open educational resources for teaching values in design to students in different kinds of engineering and design courses and programs. The activities address values in different phases of the design process. This case study article reports on the appropriation of a teaching activity by two university teachers. The aim is to provide the reader with an insight into how a teaching activity that we have developed can be appropriated in different educational settings, what the teachers' perceived effectiveness of this activity is, and what kind of adaptations individual teachers may need to make to fit them into their particular course.