Mystery Box #1 Teacher Creativity Challenge

I am running a summer PD for teachers to help them rethink their classroom and projects. The class is called Building Deeper Learning in the Classroom through Projects. We have already completed our first day of learning and in between classes we have two weeks to give them time to work and edit their projects. During this break I have worked with some amazing educators from around the world to provide them something fun, creative, and applicable to their teacher.

At the end of the day 1 they received a bag full of 9 mystery items. Each day during the weeks we spend apart they will receive a video on Slack that will tell them when to unwrap, what to do with the item, and then how to apply it to the classroom.

While I cannot give everyone a mystery bag outside of the class, I thought it would be fun to share with the world in hopes that some of you join us from home. The items are cheap and easy to find. The more I thought about it I began to think that I wanted everyone to share and be part of the journey whether in the class or not.

It is good to keep our brain cells active.

So besides sharing on our Slack group each day I will also post the challenges here on the blog in case you want to join us from home. If you would like to join our Slack group please message me and I will add you as well. We will be developing our projects and helping one another in this space and will gladly add as many experts as I can!

Below is the information for day 1. If you join please use the #coffeepbl on social media.

I hope some of you will join us to strengthen the tribe.

Mystery Box #1: Enjoy! Watch the video first before checking the document.

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    • Please send me your email and I will add you to the group. You can email me at aarmau (at) gmail (dot) com

    • Please send me your email and I will add you to the group. You can email me at aarmau (at) gmail (dot) com