Do you need more engagement strategies of your distance learning students? Are your remote students paying attention during class? Or are they, like mine, creeping their cameras up so all you can see is their ceiling? Are your students, like mine, unable to answer simple questions when called on (i.e. “What letter should we useContinue reading “More engagement strategies for distance learning”
Whether we’re back in school full time in September or in some sort of hybrid model, we’re going to need to address the elephant in the room – engagement. Students will have a difficult time adjusting to either model after 3 months of remote instruction in the spring. There will be plenty of challenges butContinue reading “10 Ideas to Increase Distance Learning Engagement”
With a little ingenuity and the Google suite of products, you can use the Escape the Classroom concept without physical locks and boxes.
Have you ever been to an escape room? Escape rooms are great addition in your classroom. What is an escape room? If you’ve never been to an escape room, they are an entertainment experience in which you and your team of people, somewhere between 2 and 6 is appropriate, solve puzzles in order to escapeContinue reading “Escape rooms in the Classroom”
The sweet spot in game design? Making it easy, but not too easy.