Escape the Room: Engage Students with Interactive Experiences: Webinar

Escape the Room: Engage Students with Interactive Experiences: Webinar

Escape rooms offer a valid and engaging approach to learning and can help sharpen students’ social, problem-solving, time management, critical-thinking, and lateral-thinking skills while also building their resilience. Fulfilling the growing need for active learning, these skill-building activities can be used to inspire student ownership, differentiate learning in the classroom, and prepare your students with the 21st-century skills to thrive in our modern world. In this webinar, learn how to set up an interactive escape room and integrate Learn360 content in your classroom to engage students and support active learning. With hidden messages and riddles, explore the new content and features added to Learn360. Dive into Learn360’s videos, games, and interactives while training your teachers and students how to use Learn360.

In this innovative webinar, you will learn:

  • How to set up an escape room.
  • Project-based learning ideas for how to use interactive escape rooms in the classroom.
  • New content updates and features recently added to Learn360 and Classroom Video On Demand.

About Emily Ice

Emily Ice is the K–12 Video Acquisition Manager at Infobase. As a former elementary school educator, Emily leverages her experience in the classroom, curriculum development knowledge, and passion for teacher training to inform and curate Infobase’s K–12 video content. She has her Bachelors in Psychology from Duke University and has her Masters in Education from the University of Notre Dame.

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