Make Awesome Exit Tickets with Digital Breakouts

Author’s Note: This strategy is very similar to the Make Vocabulary Fun with Digital Breakouts strategy I blogged about on BamRadioNetwork’s EdWords blog. Here is a strategy for using digital breakouts to make exit tickets that challenge and engage learners while producing useful assessment data. Step One: Make a Google Form with the digital breakout locks.… Read More Make Awesome Exit Tickets with Digital Breakouts

Comparing Digital Breakouts in New Google Sites and Classic Google Sites

The New Google Sites is live in personal GMail accounts. It is vastly different from what is now known as “Classic Sites.” Here are my thoughts on using both tools to make digital breakouts. Looks are important. Students are more likely to engage with a breakout if it is visually appealing. The New Sites makes much… Read More Comparing Digital Breakouts in New Google Sites and Classic Google Sites

Use These Templates to Make Your Own Digital Breakouts!

Author’s note: This post is intended to help teachers make Digital Breakouts in Classic Google Sites. The New Google Sites has gone live. Please read my blog post about making Digital Breakouts in New Google Sites. Additionally, please read my post comparing the classic and new versions of Google Sites. Digital Breakouts, the entirely online offshoot… Read More Use These Templates to Make Your Own Digital Breakouts!

The Next Awesome Thing In Your Classroom – Digital BreakoutEDU

I have made fourteen digital BreakoutEDU activities. Please have a look, attempt to crack the locks, and give me feedback! Can you succeed in 45 minutes? For those new to BreakoutEDU, hints for cracking the lock are built into the site. Some are visible, some are hidden. Some are distractions. Update 11/25/16: I will no… Read More The Next Awesome Thing In Your Classroom – Digital BreakoutEDU