Escape from the Ordinary: Creating Curriculum-Connected Breakouts

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There’s no doubt that breakout activities engage students and help them learn key skills, such as problem solving, close reading, and abstract reasoning. But it’s often difficult to find breakout activities that connect to specific content from your school’s curriculum. And that’s where the fun begins! Simple strategies can ease the process of creating custom breakouts that not only boost student skills and keep them actively engaged, but also move your curricular objectives forward.

Join high school librarian and advocate Robyn Young to learn from her experiences collaborating with teachers and integrating feedback from her students to create breakouts that centered on learning and fun.

Sign up to discover:

  • The basics of a breakout, including how and why to do them
  • How to locate existing breakout activities to use or adapt
  • How to create successful breakouts with your own student objectives in mind

Plus, receive a free series of ready-to-use social studies breakouts developed by Robyn Young!

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This webinar is part of an ongoing School Library Connection monthly series on a wide range of topics, where library innovators share their expertise and help you stay up-to-date with professional trends and be inspired! Subscribe to SLC today to join our community of school library professionals!

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