Want to get your students up and moving, add a little random excitement to any lesson, or just spice up those "note taking" class periods? Here's a quick little Google Chrome Extension that adds a little surprise and delight:
Click here to add "Move It"
Here's how it works. First, add the Extension to Google Chrome (click). It will appear as a pink square with a white circle in the top right corner of your browser:
|See it on the far right?|
This is where you can set the exercise interval and whether or not to have the extension enabled or not. To turn it on/off, click the little box.
So what does it do, exactly?
In the example above, the "Exercise Interval" is set for 15 minutes. This means that every 15 minutes a new tab will automatically pop-up in Chrome that asks your students to perform a random, fun task.
Here are two examples:
The tab won't go away until you or your students perform the tasks, and then click the button in the middle of the tab. It's lots of fun!