With great power comes great responsibility. At Hopkins School, students and teachers are exploring their new technological superpowers while learning strategies to help them become outstanding digital citizens. What force has brought this new bounce to the building?
This year Hopkins School met a major instructional technology goal when the school doubled the number of Chromebooks. Each student now has access to the tool throughout the school day. Here are some graphical insights into how our students and staff are rising to the potentiality and challenges that accompany our new capabilities.
While the story of the Chromebooks continues to play out at Hopkins, one thing is clear. Students and staff have pledged to use our new powers for the good!
By: Steph Doty Technology Integration Coordinator Hopkins School @HopkinsTechLib / @BlendedTeaching Cross-posted to blendedteachingtimes.wordpress.com
The new Breakout EDU Platform provides you with 300+ games that were previously available are still available for free on the new platform.
In addition to the hundreds of free games and resources, they are launching two new premium elements. On the platform you will find 100+ new “Subject Packs” that contain games for specific content areas and a tool for building custom digital games.
Here’s a list of the first collections. If you don’t see the game you’re looking for, you can request new game topics.
The NEW Breakout EDU Digital
They’ve created a new tool where you can build and share custom digital games with your students and see their results. Click here to play a sample Halloween game created for elementary students. Learn more about the new tool at BreakoutEDU.com/digital
Breakoutedu has new locks with their packaged boxes that let you change the type of lock per game!
Breakoutedu also works well with Brainpop
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