What does a teacher need to consider if they want to use digital escape rooms with their students?
Creating and Using Digital Escape Rooms
Mandi Tolen – HS Math T from Missouri who recently published How to create a digital escape room for your class or PD as a guest post on DitchThatTextbook.com about Digital Escape Rooms and I jumped at the chance to have her on the podcast to talk with you and me about digital escape rooms which I want to use in my classroom and you might too!
Connect with Mandi Tolen:
Jennifer Conti (Kent, OH) – Jennifer shares her recent experience using Adobe Express to teach figurative language and how she also used Padlet to have students generate peer feedback!
Kali Ervin – Earned her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education through Western Kentucky University, and she’s currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Library Media Education with an Instructional Technology Emphasis. Kali also holds a certificate in American Sign Language. Level 1 & 2 Google Certified Educator and Trainer as well as an Apple Educator
Digital Learning Coach (DLC) serves 6 Elementary Schools as well as several Central Office Staff. She absolutely loves using instructional technology and loves helping others do the same!
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I’m a Missouri educator, currently teaching in a secondary math classroom. I’m passionate about motivating students to learn and I’ve found that technology can help me achieve that goal. I’m also passionate about helping teachers in the classroom.