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    Bradley Morris
    Mountain Guide

    Today’s podcast was all about gamification and engagement, afterwards on our coaching campfire we talked more about the power of challenges to inspire action amongst your students.

    Your Challenge:

    Come up with TEN different challenges you could assign your students, which would get them taking real life action in your course. Bonus points for really creative ideas.


    Bradley Morris
    Mountain Guide

    1. Selfie with a story challenge. (give a lesson, give a challenge, have them go do it, take a selfie and share their story).

    2. Share a video of yourself taking an action and share it in the community.

    3. Teach a new recipe to students. Have them make the recipe, take a pic, then share the meal experience in your community.

    4. Have your students do an art project and share it with the community.

    5. Have your students go on a nature vision quest and find a meditation spot to do their journaling questions. Have them take a selfie of where they went and share it with the community.

    6. Put a challenge out to your community to achieve a specific task by a certain date and give away a prize to those who do it.

    7. Get members of your community to collaborate or pair up on a specific task or exercise.

    8. Get students to go out into the real world and do a task (like interview a homeless person or volunteer somewhere) and then come back and share their story of what happened.

    9. Assign a creative writing exercise where students are to write a story about “xyz” and share that story with the community.

    10. Have your students do a daily log in your community forum (kinda like the progress log) and if they do it everyday, reward them.

    What are some ideas you have for your course or just a course in general!?

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