Student Get to Know You Image Stickers Activity

Need a fun way for students to get to know each other? Throughout the past 8 years, I have designed several online courses and MOOCs. We start with a fun get to know you activity, which usually is the 321 Introduction. I noticed this activity has become super popular in many online course; therefore, for The Goal-Minded Teacher MOOC (#EduGoalsMOOC), I decided to try another activity in case I had participants who had taken my previous courses. Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat and other popular mobile apps make it super easy for users to add stickers and emojis to their images. For this introduction activity students are asked to choose a profile image to upload to Snapchat, Twitter, Facebook, Pic-Collage, Buncee, BeFunky, or any other image editing app and add three stickers to describe themselves. Students post the image to their online class platform or Learning Management System (LMS) and let others know what the 3 stickers mean. See some of the #EduGoalsMOOC participant examples below to see the fun and creativity. Check out our Pinterest board with other examples.

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  1. The only issue I had with the buying experience was that this dealership was a bit old-school and used stickers for dealer identification that were essentially impossible to peel off, so I left it even though I didn’t want it. That sounds like Academy Ford in Laurel MD. Almost everybody else uses tag brackets with the dealer name on it. I am surprised the Ford dealer in walking distance to me and close to you ( Apple Ford) did not have one, they bill themselves as the biggest Ford dealer in Maryland. I got a car from Academy once with that stupid sticker that was next to impossible to peal off. I removed it by going to the local self serve car wash(off of Berger Road) and used the pressure washer to carefully get rid of the sticker. Yes that battery pack location was stupid as $h!t. The Prius integrates the battery pack into the back perfectly and still has gobs of room

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