We've opened up this 30-minute training for all educators!

Getting Started with Boom Cards for Digital Learning


Thursday, October 26th | 5:00 – 5:30 pm ET


Are you looking for innovative ways to engage your students in digital learning experiences? Boom Cards are interactive, self-grading digital task cards that enable students to actively participate in the learning process, promoting engagement and comprehension. Join Michelle Dragalin for this timesaving, to the point session she guides you through the key features and benefits of Boom Cards and how they can be used to design personalized, interactive lessons and activities for your students. Get ready to revolutionize your digital teaching methods and engage your students in an exciting new way! Michelle’s expertise in educational technology will inspire you to use Boom Cards to help your students practice, reinforce, and master a wide range of skills in a self-paced and fun manner!  

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Key Takeaways

  • Discover what Boom Cards are, how they work, and gain a clear understanding of how they can enhance student learning experiences.
  • Learn how to create customized Boom Cards tailored to your specific teaching objectives and design engaging and interactive digital activities for your students.

  • Explore how to incorporate multimedia elements, gamification, and interactive quizzes into your Boom Cards to enhance student participation and motivation
  • Discuss techniques for engaging students in self-paced, independent learning using Boom Cards and how to differentiate instruction to meet the diverse needs of your students
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Michelle Dragalin owns her business “Michelle’s Innovations” and works online as a freelance writer, educator, presenter, curriculum developer, adjunct professor and instructional designer. Michelle has her Ed.S in Education, specializing in Educational technology, M.Ed. in curriculum and instruction. She has multiple certifications in ESL, Mild, Moderate, and Severe (cognitive, emotional, mental, physical ) disabilities. She has taught various grades birth through 10th and she started as a para professional in special ed and a homebased Head Start teacher. Michelle and her husband live in the Rocky Mountains near the Wyoming border in Colorado. They have two grown children and rescue Huskies