The basic concept of an escape room is that students work in teams to solve puzzles or answer questions to discover a secret code – or series of codes – which will allow them to “escape” the room or solve a mystery. And they only have 30 minutes to do it!
If you’ve ever been interested in setting up your own escape room for your music students, this episode will help you get started.
Links and resources
- Coming soon – Music Teachers: How To Set Up Your First Escape Room
- How To Make Any Worksheet Into An Escape Room
- How To Create Digital Locks Using Google Forms
- Escape Rooms for the Music Classroom
- Karly’s PD Resources: Digital Escape Rooms
- 30+ digital escape rooms (plus tips and tools for creating your own)
- Escape room ideas and information
- Free live monthly training. Register here.
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Hello! I’m Katie Wardrobe – an Australian music technology trainer and consultant with a passion for helping music teachers through my business Midnight Music.
I’m a qualified teacher but no, I don’t currently teach in a school. I help teachers through my online professional development space – the Midnight Music Community – where there are tutorial videos, courses, links and downloadable resources.
I like to focus on easy ways to incorporate technology into what you are already doing in your music curriculum through a range of creative projects. I also run live workshops and have presented at countless conferences and other music education events.
If you want simple, effective ideas for using technology in music education, I would LOVE to help you inside the Midnight Music Community.