Currently, some students are already back in school, and this might be a problem (for example in Georgia, where some pictures are concerning). With the lack of distance, it can even be a cause of a second wave.
I’m going to show you an idea of a distance learning scavenger hunt. It is a solution for this hypothetical second wave.
Because such a game can help you to teach while maintaining a distance. Moreover, students would have great fun learning by playing.
In this perspective, I would like to help you, by sharing an example of game creation.
This will only take 6 steps.
(if you find Mathematics boring, if you don’t want to play my game, you can scroll down until the picture of a cat. Next to the picture, I will give 7 rules to follow, to create your own distance learning scavenger hunt 😺⬇️⬇️⬇️)
Back at my high school time, I used to be quite a nerd about mathematics. Although I was not good at any other fields, maths opened me a lot of doors. This is a field worth teaching.
So let’s try a game… To learn Pythagorean theorem.
I want to teach this famous theorem in a fun way, but also in a distant way. Meaning you can provide a game from students who are at their home.
1. First step, I write down in my favorite notebook how the game would look like.
4. Once you are at the starting page, use the scanner by tapping here:
5. Scan the following QR code:
6. And then you can start.
Because of the global situation, people tend to work at home (teachers included).
In this way, the biggest loss of productivity can have 4 legs and 2 hears: Cats 😺
With these little creatures, impossible to follow clear rules to create any course, any game. Creating a game needs discipline.
I can help you on that part, thanks to my article: 7 important rules to follow to bring a distance learning Scavenger hunt.
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