I wanted to design a new project that could be about classes working together, communicating, and listening to each other.
Escape rooms are multidisciplinary and purposefully designed with variety in mind. They require diverse thinking and allow multiple learning styles to thrive simultaneously.
After teaching at an alternative middle school for the past 4 years, the one thing I constantly hear from new students is: “We can move around in your room and not get in trouble?
Imagine a math class where kids are hopping up and down, swinging their arms side to side, and shouting out numbers. They’re enjoying themselves—and they’re still learning.
The mid-winter sun is peeking from behind the clouds and a cold breeze is blowing across the open soccer field. A line of grade two students, dressed in puffy coats, colourful ...