Classroom 2.0 LIVE webinar "Breakout EDU Game Design" with special guest presenter, Patti Harju.

September 30, 2017

00:08 - Peggy George
Hi Tina. Welcome!

00:22 - Peggy George (Follow Patti Harju on Twitter)

00:25 - @bcdtech Maureen
hello all- sorry to be late- Hilltown internet strikes again.

00:40 - Peggy George
Reallly appreciate Tammy for doing closed captioning for our shows every week!

00:52 - Peggy George (Patti Harju’ blog)

01:08 - Peggy George
we are so lucky to have Patti here to share with us today!!!

01:20 - Susie @shighley
I really appreciate the integrity of the games published on the site

01:20 - Tina Schmidt #2
@Peggy - I'm not hearing any audio and I tried running the Audio Wizard. Any suggestions?

01:26 - @bcdtech Maureen
Love using breakoutedu games! So much fun- so much learning

01:43 - Lorie Moffat
Tina, log out and back in.

01:49 - @bcdtech Maureen
@Tina- sometimes I can only hear via headphones...

01:53 - Peggy George
wow! Patti has done just a "few" things!!!! :-)

02:01 - Tina Schmidt #2
Tried headpones and logging in again

02:11 - Peggy George
Welcome Danny!!!

02:23 - Adam
All hail queen Patti!

02:39 - @bcdtech Maureen

02:41 - Lorie Moffat
it is

02:43 - Anthippi Harou

02:49 - Peggy George
Awesome well deserved title!!! Queen of Breakout EDU!

02:57 - Dale

03:02 - Susie @shighley
Tina, I had that problem a couple of weeks ago and restarted my computer. I've hardly ever had that problem, but that fixed it

03:06 - Peggy George
Hi Colleen! Welcome!

03:25 - @plnaugle (Paula)
King Adam , Queen Patti! :)

03:27 - Tina Schmidt #2
Finally fixed it. Thanks!

03:34 - Peggy George
This is such a brilliant "invention"!!! Students and teachers love Breakout EDU!!

03:43 - Peggy George
Hooray Tina! That's great news!

03:43 - @bcdtech Maureen
That's always the hardest thing for kids- no directions

03:47 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Tina, I'm so glad you got it fixed.

04:04 - Peggy George
Lots of great links in our Livebinder for Breakout EDU today!!!

04:06 - Susie @shighley
And for teachers

04:18 - Dale

04:26 - Susie @shighley
When you do a breakout with faculty

04:32 - Tina Schmidt #2
Hi Paula! And Maureen! Nice to see some old friends on here today!

04:39 - Peggy George (Breakout EDU web site)

04:53 - Peggy George (BreakoutEDU Facebook page)

05:22 - Peggy George
much more than technology!!! truly active learning!!

05:36 - Peggy George
Hi Jackie! Welcome! So glad you could join us!

05:42 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Hi Jackie. Glad you are joining us today. :)

06:26 - jackiegerstein
Hi Peggy and Paula - both my students and I LOVE BreakoutEdu - this week they're doing the geometry challenge as part of our unit

06:28 - Peggy George
who wouldn't love that kind of enthusiasm for learning???? :-)

06:29 - @bcdtech Maureen
Hi Jackie! Great to see you here! Been using so many of your ideas for my new STEAM lab.

06:35 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Our assistant principal joined my class for our first Breakout Game on Dot Day. She got so into the game.

06:42 - Peggy George
this is an awesome sketchnote!

06:49 - Brenna 2
Inquiry based

06:55 - Susan Davies
student centered, problem solving

06:56 - Peggy George (10 Reasons to play BreakoutEDU. Sketchnote by Sylvia Duckworth)

06:59 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Collaboration, Communication, Critical Thinking

07:09 - Tina Schmidt #2
I love how it teaches communication skills and it also builds grit!

07:13 - Lula Garcí
Student-centered, enhance communication skills, collaboration, team-building

07:18 - Peggy George
I think persevere is a great point!!

07:29 - Peggy George (BreakoutEDU games for Global Read Aloud)

07:52 - Peggy George (Reading Down Under BreakoutEDU game created by Patti Harju, Inspired by the books of Mem Fox, 2017 Global Read Aloud selected author.. Register for BreakoutEDU for access)

08:03 - Peggy George
registration is free for Breakout EDU!

08:17 - Peggy George (Register for BreakoutEDU for free access to games on the site.)

08:18 - jackiegerstein
Patti creates some amazing games

08:30 - @bcdtech Maureen
It's hard for some kids to get involved, stay connected with the group. I often add a digital version to add a way for all the kids to get involved.

08:41 - Peggy George
H Tiziana! So glad you could join us!

08:50 - Peggy George
Welcome Patty Mulqueen!!

09:30 - Peggy George
Welcome Cindy S-P! Thanks for joining us!

09:50 - Tiziana Angiolini ( Italy)

10:03 - Peggy George (Game library on BreakoutEDU)

10:08 - Anthippi Harou
Hello, Tiziana!

10:21 - Peggy George
love that story!

10:45 - Tiziana Angiolini ( Italy)
Hello! I had problems to get home this evening so I am a bit late but I will watch the recording

10:48 - jackiegerstein
Caught in the code is fantastic - have done it a half dozen times and students always love it

10:49 - Peggy George (10 Reasons to play BreakoutEDU. Sketchnote by Sylvia Duckworth)

11:25 - Peggy George
you only missed the introduction Tiziana :-) I'll post the recording in the Livebinder after the show.

11:36 - Tiziana Angiolini ( Italy)

11:37 - Danny Fain
Last year for International Games Day, at my local public library I implemented and facilitated a BreakoutEDU published game ("The Mighty Pen"). It went great, with a group of diverse middle-schoolers. Now planning a similar experience for this November's International Games Week. Also thinking about working with students to create a game at the independent school where I teach game design and programming.

11:39 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Love the Faculty Meeting game for staff.

12:08 - Peggy George
tons of great ideas on this Pinterest board: (BreakoutEDU resources on Pinterest. Codes, ciphers, puzzles, fonts, and other resources for cooperative escape games)

12:37 - Peggy George
very interesting! most people think the prize is what is in the box!

13:03 - Peggy George
if you have questions for Patti as we go along please type them in the chat and Lorie will ask her on the mic after the presentation.

13:11 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Brian Mull, a fellow teacher here in Louisiana, has created an elective at his school where 8th graders create BreakoutEDU games.

13:42 - Peggy George
if any of you have links to Breakout EDU games you have created or discovered please share them in the chat and I'll add them to our Livebinder.

13:53 - Peggy George
Hi Liz Booth! Welcome!

14:23 - Peggy George
Danny, that is awesome! Do you have a link to a blog or the game that you could share with us?

14:46 - @plnaugle (Paula)
I use many invisible ink clues because my students love using the Uv flashlight to find them.

14:51 - @bcdtech Maureen
I've made a few games, but they use lots of extra stuff. I did a continents game, but had a small box for every continent, then used the clues from those to get into the big box. Same with my Ellis Island game- wanted them to visit all the stations...

15:14 - Peggy George
do you mix up the clues so they move between easy/hard or build up to the hard?

15:29 - Peggy George
that sounds amazing Maureen!

15:52 - Peggy George
what a great idea Paula! Didn't know about invisible ink clues!

16:16 - Peggy George (Design a game instructions from BreakoutEDU)

16:31 - Peggy George (Game library on BreakoutEDU)

16:44 - Peggy George
that is so cool!!

16:55 - Susan Davies
Are any of these games completely online?

17:00 - Peggy George
oh boy!!!! yes

17:05 - Peggy George
we get to play!!

17:05 - jackiegerstein

17:10 - Colleen

17:27 - Peggy George (BreakoutEDU Digital)

17:35 - Susan Davies

17:37 - Peggy George
my hands are sweating :-)

18:06 - @bcdtech Maureen

18:25 - Colleen
Omg! I can't help with this. Periodical elements.

18:33 - Dale
73 08 52 10

18:50 - Peggy George
that's my guess too Maureen!

18:51 - Dale
Rs Aq Sp Mz

18:54 - Lula Garcí
143 too

19:02 - @bcdtech Maureen
added the numbers for each element

19:02 - Peggy George
added up the 4 boxes at the bottom

19:03 - Susie @shighley
I'm.with Maureen

19:08 - Lula Garcí
adding the atomic mass

19:11 - Peggy George

19:12 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Add the element numbers together.

19:43 - @bcdtech Maureen
If we didn't know it was a 3 digit lock, it would be a lot harder

20:02 - @plnaugle (Paula)

20:13 - Peggy George

20:21 - Lula Garcí
oh nice!

20:22 - Colleen

20:22 - @plnaugle (Paula)

20:40 - Peggy George (BreakoutEDU Digital Sandbox. community-created games with brief descriptions and links to the games)

20:43 - Colleen
U5 r2

20:54 - @bcdtech Maureen
I like using these clues with PEMDAS

21:02 - Peggy George
great example!!! starting to get the idea!

21:12 - @plnaugle (Paula)
The directional lock if a favorite for my kids.

21:18 - Susan Davies
PEMDAS, yes!

21:19 - Peggy George
Maureen what is PEMDAS?

21:22 - Doug Henry (San Leandro, CA)
Holidays have an order

21:25 - Lula Garcí
steps of the scientific method (for science) hehehe

21:25 - @bcdtech Maureen
order of operations

22:00 - Peggy George
lots of ideas here: (BreakoutEDU resources on Pinterest. Codes, ciphers, puzzles, fonts, and other resources for cooperative escape games)

22:50 - jackiegerstein
I really like using these plane tickets and so do students.

23:03 - Peggy George (Game creator Bill of Rights)

23:06 - @plnaugle (Paula)
The kids are pretty quick at figuring out the three digit combos.

23:39 - Susie @shighley
That's the game I've used the most

23:41 - Danny Fain
Sorry I don't yet have a blog-post to share. The game I used, "The Mighty Pen", is available on the BreakoutEDU website, you just need to register for an account to view it.

23:45 - Peggy George
Hi AmyA! Welcome!

24:04 - Peggy George
Thanks Danny!!! I'll look for it!

24:50 - Susie @shighley
Students love pop culture being included

24:58 - @plnaugle (Paula)
I created a game called I Need Chocolate Now for my BreakoutEDU presentation -

25:08 - Peggy George
no idea!

25:22 - Colleen

25:24 - @bcdtech Maureen
This is the link to my digital games- a couple I made, but most are either only slightly modified from others, or just the digital version of other folks' games

25:27 - Peggy George
that's a code I understand :-)

25:40 - Peggy George
thank you Paula and Maureen!!

25:56 - Peggy George
Paula, I included your presentation slides in our Livebinder today :-)

26:00 - @bcdtech Maureen
Once the kids do a few of these, they get some idea of what to look for.

26:16 - jackiegerstein
this is cool

26:22 - @plnaugle (Paula)

26:26 - Susie @shighley
It's a little tiny on my phone

26:33 - Peggy George
terrific Paula!!!

26:44 - Peggy George
I'll bet it is Susie!!

26:54 - Susie @shighley
It expands their ways of thinking

26:58 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Definitely, Maureen.

27:29 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Sorry, I kind of cheated because we did that one a couple of weeks ago.

27:48 - Peggy George
The Missing Assignment game is on this page:

28:05 - Susan Davies
love this one!

28:08 - jackiegerstein
This is a good way to teach longitude and latitude. Adapted Patti's Oh the Places to Eggbert

28:25 - Peggy George
be sure to register on the site so you get the password to open any of these games (free)

28:38 - Peggy George (Register for BreakoutEDU for free access to games on the site.)

28:49 - Peggy George
Hi Denise! Welcome!

29:13 - Lorie Moffat

29:13 - jackiegerstein

29:19 - Peggy George
hahaha! you read my mind :-)

29:19 - Liz Booth

29:19 - @plnaugle (Paula)
I include "red Herrings" in my games, so that I have enough stations for my whole class to play at one time. They must have the lock combinations and the correct number of red herrings.

29:20 - Lula Garcí

29:23 - Colleen

29:38 - Lula Garcí

29:39 - Peggy George
love that idea Paula!

29:45 - Colleen

30:08 - Peggy George
so much critical thinking and collaboration happening with these games!

30:22 - @bcdtech Maureen
Continents- used in grade 2
Used this in grade 4 Ellis Island- lots of extra info in this folder

30:35 - Peggy George
thanks a lot Maureen!

30:53 - Tina Schmidt #2
Thanks for sharing Maureen!

30:57 - Peggy George
In case you missed our Livebinder link with tons of BreakoutEDU resources

31:20 - Liz Booth

31:24 - Peggy George (Mr. Dearybury’ BreakoutEDU Class Page)

31:31 - @bcdtech Maureen
@Tina- sent you a "private chat" check the bottom of your chat window

31:43 - Peggy George (BreakoutEDU Digital Sandbox. community-created games with brief descriptions and links to the games)

32:07 - Peggy George
How important is the timer for playing the games?

32:15 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Thanks, Maureen. I will be using your game with my 4th graders.

32:16 - Peggy George
look for patterns?

32:38 - Peggy George
wow! never thought of googling the numbers!

32:45 - Heidi Bjerke

33:12 - Colleen

33:14 - jackiegerstein
where are the longitude and latittude numbers?

33:25 - @bcdtech Maureen
did not recognize that those would be for a map... hmmm

33:36 - Peggy George
This is a terrific resource (also in our Livebinder) (BreakoutEDU Resource Ideas)

34:01 - Peggy George (Design a game instructions from BreakoutEDU)

34:11 - @plnaugle (Paula)
After you get hooked on BreakoutEDU games, you will never look at locks the same way again.

34:27 - Adam
So true, Paula!

34:32 - @bcdtech Maureen
@Paula- it's a "bit" addictive

34:38 - Colleen
I’ve been procrastinating. Guess I need to jump in!

34:40 - Peggy George (Brainstorm Worksheet)

34:50 - Peggy George
Welcome Dianne!

35:38 - Peggy George (Lock Tutorials and Tips from BreakoutEDU)

35:49 - Susie @shighley
When we were helping my father in law with his 100 year old safe, I couldn't help but think of BreakoutEDU

36:03 - Peggy George
love it Susie!

36:09 - Dianne
Hi everyone. I am in an Edcamp so I am only watching.

36:37 - Dianne
I mentioned Breakout EDU and then remembered to jump on here.

36:39 - Peggy George
that's great Dianne!!!! Thanks for squeezing us in!!! The recording will be in the Livebinder later today.

36:44 - @bcdtech Maureen
I like using the brainstorming sheet- just to help me figure out all the connections

36:55 - Adam
Hi Dianne - impressive Multitasking ;)

37:03 - Tina Schmidt #2
Yes, those videos are very helpful!

37:09 - Peggy George
that brainstorming worksheet looks really helpful!

37:11 - @plnaugle (Paula)
The setup videos are so helpful to me.

37:21 - @bcdtech Maureen
@Paula- they sure are!

37:37 - Peggy George
(BreakoutEDU Game Facilitation presentation slides)

37:39 - Susie @shighley
Paula, how often do you use breakouts?

37:47 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Watching the setup videos also gets my brain working on how I could design a game.

37:57 - Peggy George (BreakoutEDU games for Global Read Aloud)

38:20 - Peggy George
really glad to hear you mention the importance of copyright in creating these games!

38:30 - @bcdtech Maureen
I think that the more games you try, the more ideas you get. Also, love the FB group

38:35 - Peggy George (Shake Things Up with BreakoutEDU)

38:51 - Peggy George (Sylvia Duckworth: TEAM Digital Breakout EDU, Canadian Style)

38:57 - Colleen

39:00 - Susie @shighley
The videos are great. Teachers are always amazed when I show them how thorough the website is

39:03 - Tina Schmidt #2
@Susie, I did 4 of them with my 3rd grade last year. That was my first year. I'll probably do more this year.

39:25 - Susie @shighley
Thanks, Tina

39:35 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Loved The Dot breakout game. My students were thrilled to see the letter from Peter and to get a Dot Day bookmark when they broke into the box. I told them I met Peter Reynolds in person at FableVision thanks to Discovery Education Summer Institute.

39:46 - @bcdtech Maureen
I end up using tons of stuff, but am trying to pare it down- also have color printed waaay too much stuff... another goal to cut down

39:51 - Tina Schmidt #2
@Colleen Pixabay is a free photo website.

39:59 - Lula Garcí
I´ thinking about designing a game related to Plate Tectonics. Mexico is going through a tough time because of the earthquake, so it´ current event. The story could be related to survive the earthquake and questions and clues about the content we are covering in Science.

40:01 - Peggy George
thanks Tina :-)

40:03 - Dianne
Hey Adam they're talking about breakout here deeply if there's anything you want to add.

40:12 - Peggy George
I'll add the Pixabay link to the Livebinder

40:15 - Colleen
Thanks Tina!

40:34 - Adam
:) Thanks Dianne

40:46 - Adam
Patti's totally got this!

41:01 - @bcdtech Maureen
Remember to write with Invisible Ink BEFORE you laminate... lessons learned

41:16 - Peggy George (BreakoutEDU Frequently Asked Questions)

41:19 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Yes, I am creating folders for the printed resources for the games I do with my students so that I can reuse and not use a ton of color toner.

41:24 - Peggy George
great advice Maureen!

41:54 - Peggy George
please type your questions here in the chat for Patti and Lorie will ask her on the mic during Q/A

42:19 - @plnaugle (Paula)
I truly believe that the debrief after playing the game is so very important. I will give them less time to play, so that we have time to debrief.

42:20 - Dianne
Is the texting stream also recorded?

42:40 - Lorie Moffat
Yes, chat is in the recording.

42:41 - Peggy George
if any of you would like to take the mic to share your ideas or questions please raise your hand and we'll give you the mic

43:32 - Peggy George
Dianne, the chat log will be posted in our archives along with the recording later today

43:46 - Monica Gochicoa
What number of participants do you recommend? How do you deal with those students not engaged when it is the whole class participating?

43:48 - @bcdtech Maureen
I don't really "hide" clues, we will run out of time!

43:50 - Dianne
Thank you very much.

44:17 - Tina Schmidt #2
I like to put out 4 or 5 boxes around with one lock on each box instead of using all of the locks on one box with the hasp. Easier flow in the classroom.

44:30 - Peggy George
Paula would you like to take the mic to share how you do the debrief?

44:36 - Peggy George
or anything else??? :-)

44:38 - @bcdtech Maureen
My kids have started to look at the locks to figure out what type of clues they are looking for.

44:44 - Anthippi Harou
How do students interact? Do they have their own accounts or is the game printed/projected on a board for the whole class?

44:50 - Susie @shighley
Hadn't thought of that, Tina. Great idea

45:18 - Peggy George (BreakoutEDU: The Hint Cards by James Sanders)

45:42 - @bcdtech Maureen
I try to do both digital and physical... helps some of my kids stay involved. I also generally make the ending dependent upon both groups coming up with answers that the other needed

45:46 - Susie @shighley
Then do you pull out the signs from somewhere after all are opened?

45:55 - Tina Schmidt #2
@Susie - You can put puzzle pieces or tickets in the box so they are collecting something on the way. The Custodian Game works like that and my kids loved when I did it that way.

45:58 - Peggy George
raise your hand if you'd like to share on the mic :-) Click on the hand icon right below your name under participants.

46:39 - Peggy George
thanks for sharing your tips here in the chat! really helpful!

46:56 - @bcdtech Maureen
@ Tina, I used that method with my continents game- each group picked up a clue from a box as they went around. It really helped with the flow around the room

47:26 - Peggy George
Paula and Cindy have their hands up :-) Woo hoo!! Lorie will call on you.

47:49 - Tina Schmidt #2
Less frustrating as they can test a lock as soon as they figure out the clue.

49:00 - Peggy George
that's a huge mind shift for some :-)

49:14 - @bcdtech Maureen
I find that as well. Especially the adults in the room!

49:37 - Peggy George
love that question!!!

49:39 - Susie @shighley
Sometimes you won't know how they will react until you try it

49:49 - Peggy George
doesn't HAVE to require digital!

49:59 - Anthippi Harou
Thank you!

50:11 - Monica Gochicoa
Thank you!

50:53 - Adam
Awesome job, Patti!

51:09 - Peggy George
This is also a great Livebinder for Breakout EDU! (Carol Nelson: BreakoutEDU Livebinder)

51:12 - Patti Harju
Thank you!

51:36 - Tina Schmidt #2
Great tips and ideas, Patti! Thanks!

51:48 - Susan Davies
Thanks for all these ideas!

51:52 - Peggy George (Jonathan Frye: Flipped BreakoutEDU)

52:29 - Peggy George
do any of you have links to games created for faculty or teacher PD? Please share! :-)

52:53 - Tina Schmidt #2
YES! So true Paula! I pointed that out a lot.

52:59 - Peggy George (Paula Naugle: Slides for BreakoutEDU presentation at GNOCLA 4.22.17)

53:11 - Peggy George
thank you so much for sharing on the mic Paula!

53:21 - Peggy George
Cindy did you want to take the mic?

53:24 - Tiziana Angiolini ( Italy)

53:30 - Peggy George
click on TALK

53:37 - Peggy George

53:40 - DeniseK 4
Thanks for the great ideas!

53:44 - Colleen #2
THANK YOU! Tons of information.

53:46 - Peggy George
anyone else want to take the mic?

53:55 - Peggy George
great question!!!!

54:29 - Peggy George (Adam Bellow: Presentation Livebinder for Breakout EDU)

55:11 - Peggy George
Join the Facebook page for lots of great sharing and ideas! (BreakoutEDU Facebook page)

55:14 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Yes, I only have one box. My students are in groups of 4 and they move around the room to stations to get the clues and record their answers on paper and when they have all the clues they get to go to the box and try they answers.

55:35 - Peggy George

55:49 - Peggy George
want to take the mic Adam?

56:01 - Adam
I think Patti got it all covered ;)

56:06 - Peggy George
ok :-)

56:15 - @plnaugle (Paula)
We just want to hear your voice Adam.

56:21 - Adam

56:23 - Peggy George
what an awesome presentation!!!!! I've learned so much!!

56:24 - Anthippi Harou
Thanks for the wonderful presentation! I'll surely register to try it out with my students!

56:24 - Cindy S-P
I'm so glad I can use the box with more than one group! Glad I came. Got good ideas.

56:45 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Virtual applause for Patti Harju. Thank you so much.

56:56 - Colleen #2

57:00 - @bcdtech Maureen
Thank you Patti!

57:04 - Susie @shighley
We need to do a breakout with Peggy some time!

57:06 - Liz Booth
thanks patti! great information and I am ready to get started

57:50 - SharonGullett
Letting the creative juicies flow this afternoon. Thanks.

58:24 - Rochdi Mohammed
Thanks. Games will surely motivate students to participate in classroom activities.

58:29 - Peggy George (The Learning Revolution Network created by Steve Hargadon)

58:33 - Adam
Was great to join today - have a great weekend everyone!

58:36 - Peggy George (Host Your Own Webinar

58:38 - @bcdtech Maureen
breakout with one box doc Lynne Herr

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58:57 - Peggy George
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59:16 - Peggy George (Classroom 2.0 LIVE survey link to request PD certificates for live or recorded webinars)

59:31 - Peggy George
the PD certificate survey link is in every Livebinder!

59:40 - Peggy George

59:51 - Patti Ruffing
great session, thanks Patti

59:52 - Peggy George
Thank you all for joining us today!!! Have an awesome weekend!