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Develop Essential Skills with an Exciting Problem-solving Escape Game

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Would you like to bring excitement, engagement, and motivation into your classroom - all while teaching new skills, critical thinking, teamwork, and problem solving? Consider BreakoutEDU, a spin-off of popular escape room games and puzzles, that can be tailored to any subject. Join Lauren Boucher as she coves the basics of running a Breakout game, as well as how to incorporate this awesome teaching strategy at little to no cost. In addition, she will share the tips and tricks she's learned from helping teachers implement them into elementary, middle, and high school classrooms.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Thursday, December 1, 2016 @ 5:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Game-based Learning , Learning Theories & Strategies, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: Breakout, critical skills, critical thinking, escape game, game-based learning, games, gamification, problem-solving, teamwork

Reviews (49)

Love, Love, Love gamification in the classroom. Thank you for this, I cannot wait to implement it regularly in our classroom.
Full Member
This was a very informative presentation. I have signed up with BreakoutEDU and can't wait to get started with my remote students. Thank you.
Basic Member
I liked this webinar. She presented ideas for both in-person and virtual classes.
Full Member
Delightful presentation, and I'm thrilled to see you using picture books as inspiration. I am a librarian and had not thought of that! I've just signed up with BreakoutEDU, and purchased a subscription to have access to all of their digital games. But, perhaps will have some time (working at home during snow/ice storms) to create a few using favorite picture books.
Wow Lauren! I love the "Reasons to Play" slide, the cost itemization which considers those who are extreme budgeters, the variety of ways to structure a game and the wealth of useable resources linked in your slides!! Thank you!!!
Excellent thank you
Basic Member
Great webinar, are there any AP level class breakout games? Also, what do you do if you can't reward physically, what reward system can be implemented remotely due to pandemic
Nice work
Full Member
Great presentation.
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