20+ E-Learning Icebreaker Games and Interactions #91
E-Learning Icebreaker Games RECAP #91: Challenge | Recap
Ever wonder about the past lives of e-learning designers? Last week we asked the community to share something interesting about themselves using a classic icebreaker game. As you’d expect, the insights and examples were amazing!
Thanks to everyone who shared demos or feedback in this week's challenge! Special thanks and welcome to first-time challengers Kartik Tyagi, Roxanne Warren, Natasha Gurm, and Lesli Woodruff. We’re so glad you’re here!
Jackie Van Nice
View demo | Learn more | Jackie Van Nice | @jackietrains
View demo | Phil Mayor | Website | @philmayor
View demo | Learn more | Joanna Kurpiewska | @elearningjoanna
View demo | Learn more | Dan Sweigert | @elearningwdan
View demo | Learn more | Tracy Carroll | @1tracycarroll
View demo | Learn more | Jane Maduke | Website
View demo | Ashi Tandon | Website | @ashi_tandon
View demo | David Anderson | Website | @elearning
View demo | Nancy Woinoski | Website | @pinchedhead
View demo | Learn more | Ashley Chiasson | Website | @amdchiasson
View demo | Alexander Salas | Website | @stylelearn
New to E-Learning Challenges?
The weekly challenges are ongoing opportunities to learn, share, and build your e-learning portfolios. You can jump into any or all of the previous challenges anytime you want. I’ll update the recap posts to include your demos.
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Share Your Two Truths and a Lie Icebreaker!
The icebreaker challenge is still open! If you have one or more ideas you'd like to share, please jump over to the original challenge and post your links in the comments section. I'll update this recap page to include your examples.