Developing K-12 e-learning gives course creators a chance to test their creativity and explore the possibilities. Effective K-12 e-learning can transform tricky subjects into fun, light, and engaging content for young learners. These seven examples created by the imaginative members of the E-Learning Heroes community use inviting designs and fun narratives to keep learners interested.
Take a look:
- Young learners will have fun fulfilling pizza orders while learning fractions in this clever drag-and-drop math example by Anuradha Gopu.
- Gamify your projects to capture your K-12 audience’s attention. Snag this countdown quiz example template by Allison LaMotte to help you get started.
- Teach young students critical math skills with this mermaid-inspired counting example by Gabrielle Schofield.
- This super-cute soap-a-sheep example by David McEachan helps K-12 students learn to properly wash their hands.
- Transform heavy science subjects into fresh, engaging, and relatable content like Trina Rimmer does in this Rise 360 K-12 example with facts about blood.
- Young children will have fun toggling between animal names and sounds in this farm example by Allison LaMotte.
- This simple but beautiful Rise 360 course by Allison LaMotte helps learners identify different animals—it also includes a quiz to help students practice what they learned.
If you’re feeling inspired, then join the E-Learning Challenge and submit your own K-12 e-learning project. You can also find more course design inspiration in the Building Better Courses forum. We’d love to see you there!