Courses for Teachers online that are practical and fun
Busy Teachers, we have to do professional development (PD), so why not have FUN while you do it. So, I added gamification powered by Xperiencify – creator Murray Gray, to all our courses for teachers online to increase your enjoyment and success. More about why below but first let’s take a quick look at the courses.
Gamification the power behind our courses for teachers to have fun while completing professional development.
To help you get the course done with ease and enjoyment, each of our courses for teachers online have XPs (Xperience Points), random variable rewards, and bonuses to gain before the countdown stops.
Plus a private Facebook group for each course with fun activities while completing Professional Development (PD) hours or Continuing Education Units (CEU’s).
Whether we’re, young or old, we all love playing games. If you want to get your students motivated on a dry topic set a Kahoot quiz. They’re hooked from start to finish. Adults are no different.
All the most addictive app games give POINTS for taking action, adults and children alike and they work! Take the game Monopoly, kids and adults play it and it becomes supper addictive.
Points work in the classroom too with our students? I run a classroom economy and it’s amazing what my students will do for points. Their dopamine buttons get triggered and projects get done with ease.
But for some reason, no-one used them in online courses, until Xperiencify!
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What others say . . .
Mrs Julia Lee is a K-12 Teacher, and supervises and assesses education students for the University of Western Australia.
Mrs Beth Thomas is an Early Years Teacher and associate lecturer at the University of Chichester, West Sussex, England.
Mr Simon Marsh the Head Teacher – leader at St Mary Magdalene School, Islington, London, for 19 years.
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