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Thursday, June 7 • 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Empowering Students through Breakout Projects

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It’s one thing to find a Breakout EDU game on the website or create your own, but what about empowering student learning by having students create their own breakouts for their peers? In this session, you will learn design principles for creating a Breakout EDU game and some tips and tricks to put the power in the hands of students to create a fun, interactive, and rewarding learning experience. Bonus feature: Having students create games not only helps to reinforce content but it also helps build community, collaboration, challenge, creativity, and communication!

Speakers
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Christy Diehl

Media Specialist/Instructional Coach, Lafayette School Corporation
After spending 9 years as a classroom teacher, Christy is the current media specialist and instructional coach at Jefferson High School. She has been involved with technology integration and implementation for the last five years. While in the classroom as a social studies teacher... Read More →
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Laura Wilburn

Teacher, Lafayette School Corporation
Laura Wilburn is an English teacher at Jefferson High School; she just completed her 18th year of teaching. In her last teaching position, she served as a differentiated instructional coach. In the classroom, she embraces technology and uses a variety of learning styles to plan engaging... Read More →


Thursday June 7, 2018 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Room 109

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