Last week, I had the privilege of being with each of the three fifth grade classes for one period. I really wanted to revisit coding (on quite the Scratch kick right now!) but it's awfully challenging to code when there is a teacher in the room who knows how to code, it's nearly impossible to teach it remotely.
I had to change that.
|The concentration in this group was intense!|
Like in Scratch, these BreakoutEDU experiences require perseverance, grit, and determination. I also like that they demand a different way of thinking, that deeper layer of problem-solving needed for puzzles like this.
I am pleased to say that of the 12 groups, nine of them broke out, and all the other groups got really close!
P.S. As the teacher/facilitator, it's always helpful to have the games open to provide clues! Thank goodness for multiple monitors!
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