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    Bradley Morris
    Mountain Guide
    @bradleytmorris

    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.

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    Bradley Morris
    Mountain Guide
    @bradleytmorris

    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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