Tech of The Week: Use Learning Apps to Impress

This week's Tech of The Week discusses how to use the site learningapps.org to create free and effortless digital puzzles that are bound to impress your students and admin!

Here is a puzzle in one of my digital escape rooms:

This week's Tech of The Week discusses how to use the site learningapps.org to create free and effortless digital puzzles that are bound to impress your students and admin!
Preview The Escape Room HERE.
It looks complicated to make, right? Nope. Puzzles like these are crazy easy to make, thanks to learningapps.org. You can check out this post for a cheat sheet and video tutorial about how to create puzzles and activities using Learning Apps.
Learning Apps is absolutely free and you can create puzzles or search and use one of the many already created by other teachers.

Here are some of the ways I use Learning Apps:

1. In Digital Escape Rooms 
2. On Choice Boards
– As Games for Students to Play
– For Students to Create Their Own Games
This week's Tech of The Week discusses how to use the site learningapps.org to create free and effortless digital puzzles that are bound to impress your students and admin!
I discuss creating these in my Blended Classroom Course.
I reuse these for my gamified classroom. For every unit, I link to puzzles for early finishers to complete to earn extra XP (experience points).
This week's Tech of The Week discusses how to use the site learningapps.org to create free and effortless digital puzzles that are bound to impress your students and admin!
3. As a Partner Challenge to Break Up Lectures
The first pair to solve the puzzle that reinforces a concept wins.
How do/will you use learningapps.org in your classroom? Leave a comment to let me know!
This week's Tech of The Week discusses how to use the site learningapps.org to create free and effortless digital puzzles that are bound to impress your students and admin!
And don’t forget to check out last week’s Tech of The Week Tip: Making Gifs for Classroom Instruction!

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