Posted in Activities, BreakoutEDU, Digital Escape Rooms

Digital Escape Room

I wrote a post a few years ago about creating digital breakout games. You can view that post here. Quite a few things have changed, so a new post was in order. Matt (@jmattmiller) was kind enough to let me be a guest blogger on his site. He also added a sweet planning guide to help you with the process. Head over to ditchthattextbook.com and check out the post.

You can also check out my TrianglesOnly.com escape room that I posted last year.

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Posted in BreakoutEDU, Triangle Congruence

Triangle Congruence Breakout

I love Breakout games and watching students interact with each other to solve problems. What I don’t like about physical breakout games is students missing out on some of the puzzles. The collaboration is great, but when using it as a review, not all students experience the same things. Digital breakouts can be done in groups of 2 or individually and allow the students to experience all of the puzzles.

I’ve created one digital breakout before and students loved it. This new one, called TrianglesOnly.com was so much fun to make. The student enjoyed the personification of the triangle as well and started picking their own favorites and rooting for which one they would prefer Anglea to end up with.

If you want to create your own digital breakout, head over to Infinitely Teaching where I have a tutorial and some resources to create your own.

Click on the image below to go to the Breakout. If you use this breakout, please give me feedback. I love to improve based on good feedback.

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**Update** link to answers and clues here.