LT Matthew Kitchens held an afternoon training for the teachers at the Academy @ Nola Dunn over Assistive Technology tools. It was a huge hit!
Another fun breakout with Mr. Smoke’s class. These 6th graders used their notes and class resources to master our BreakoutEDU Boxes! ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]
We had another great year of Google Hangouts with Santa Claus! The kids wrote letters to Santa and he read them stories and discussed the presents they asked for in their letters! The kids really enjoyed it! ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC”
The lovely ladies at ELB gave us a Prowise Interactive Board to demo for a few weeks. I took it to the Health Science Class and introduced it to the teachers and students. They had a great time interacting with
We really enjoyed facilitating this Texas History Mystery BreakoutEDU with Coach Hansen’s class at The REALM. The kids did a great job working together to solve the clues and learn more about the Texas Revolution! ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]
The REALM was crawling with creepiness as students worked their way through a BreakoutEDU over The Tell Tale Heart in their English classes. Denizens of The REALM used their deductive and inferencing skills to find answers to clues hidden in
Working with Mrs. Dupuis and her students on a Natural Resources Breakout was lots of fun! The REALM kids really enjoyed solving clues and collaborating on our critical thinking problems! Check out some of the action! ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC”
I was blessed to get to help work on the nomination packet for Darla Kester, Assistant Principal Secretary at Kerr Middle School for Admin of the Year. She made the finals! And while she didn’t take the top honor…she’s tops
As part of the Burleson Collegiate High School summer bridge program, I ran a BreakoutEDU where incoming freshmen had to use information they’d learned about their new school, teachers, and staff to break in to our boxes. Waiting inside were
On Tuesday, May 30th, the students and faculty of Brock Elementary did something that no one had ever done before… until now! They participated in the largest BreakoutEDU experience hosted since the inception of the innovative and new educational concept.