Using LEGO in Online Training Courses #180

Using LEGO in E-Learning RECAP #180: Challenge | Recap

This week’s challenge asked course designers to share an interactive lesson using LEGO bricks. Examples include science quizzes, pattern matching games, and more!

Rambo Levin

Rambo Levin

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David Charney

David Charney

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Joe Potter

Joe Potter

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Laura Kostovich

Laura Kostovich

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Garima Gupta

Garima Gupta

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Maria Mejia

Maria Mejia

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Dianne Hope

Dianne Hope

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Sandy Rushton

Sandy Rushton

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Ricky Snodgrass

Ricky Snodgrass

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Jacquelyn Nicolay

Jacquelyn Nicolay

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Tracy Williams

Tracy Williams

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Share Your Interactive LEGO Examples!

The LEGO e-learning 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.

Share Your Interactive LEGO Examples!