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Using Breakout Boxes to Facilitate Learning

Date Posted: 6/27/18

Tempe, Colorado

 

Photo by: Breakout.edu

Event Dates:
June 27, 2018

Using BreakOut Boxes to Facilitate Learning

 

Have you heard of teaching strategies that use locked boxes to have student work together to learn material or practice skills? Come to this workshop and see one sample using BreakOut EDU boxes and a lesson designed for 5-8 graders based on a piece of children's literature called Talking Walls. In this example of a geography lesson, students will practice locating places using latitude and longitude, apply map directions, and read brief descriptions of world landmarks. By working together, they will open the boxes and gain the stamp to their passport so they can travel the world.

 

Where:  Arizona State University, Tempe Campus

                Memorial Union, Union Stage (Room 85)

When:  Wednesday, June 27, 2018 | 11:00 am to 12:30 pm

Cost:      Free but you must place a $15 deposit to assure your attendance at this event. If you attend, the deposit will be refunded to you within 48 hours after the workshop ends.

Deadline to Register: Wednesday, June 20, 2018

For full info and to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/using-breakout-boxes-to-facilitate-learning-asu-tempe-campus-tickets-44571245796

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Arizona Geographic Alliance

Arizona State University

976 S. Forest Mall, Coor Building

Tempe, Colorado 85281

480-965-5361

 
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