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Part 3: How to Create an Interactive Website for Your Escape Room

Aaron Toler
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In this one time class students will learn how to create a website to host their escape rooms they have created and also learn how to create some interactive clues on the site!

Class Experience

  • Your student will create a website using Google Sites and learn how to insert their escape rooms into their websites. Students will also learn how to create hyperlinks and interactive elements to their site using Google Drawings.
I love Escape Rooms and any time I use them in my classes, my students always enjoy them too! I have used these digital escape rooms in my class for a number of years and have seen how powerful they can be in student learning! I have taught Education Technology to students for 10+ years and love to help them create new things through the use of tech. I use a "We Do, You Do" approach to teaching! I will show them a skill and we will do them together, and then they will do it on their own!
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
  • Google Sites
  • Google Drawings
Students will need access to a Google Account during the class. It is best if you DO NOT use an account associated with your school. If you could use a parent's Google Account, that would be ideal. Sometimes the links do not work properly on school accounts. 
Joined June, 2018
Teacher expertise and credentials
Oklahoma Teaching Certificate - Social Studies/History
I love teaching! I am a National Board Certified Teacher.  3% of teachers in the United States have completed the coursework to receive this certification.  I have a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Studies Education and a Master's Degree in... 
Group Class


per class
Meets once
45 min

Completed by 30 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 11-16
5-18 learners per class

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