Jun 28, 2020 - 2 min read - 3,695 views

Adding Multiple Rooms to your Virtual Bitmoji Classroom 4/6

If you read my last blog posts in this series you have already learned how to create your Bitmoji Virtual Classroom and share it with others. This post is the 4th in my Bitmoji Virtual Classroom series and is all about taking your virtual Bitmoji Virtual Classroom to the next level by adding multiple rooms. If you are already familiar with how to do this you may want to move on to the next post in this series. I have them all posted and linked at the bottom of this page.

Remember that most of what I know and am sharing about Bitmoji classrooms came from generous and talented educators on the Bitmoji Craze for Educators Page on Facebook. Be sure to join and see the amazing content being shared there!

If one virtual classroom is awesome what does that make multiple linked virtual classrooms?  lol If you made your first classroom you may have started going down the rabbit hole and been consumed by virtual design. ESPECIALLY if you joined the Bitmoji Craze for Educators Facebook group and have seen and made copies of tons of amazing classrooms. I want to share with you my method of making a linked classroom collection. This is one of those tutorials where a video is worth 1,000,000 words so please watch and see how you can take your Bitmoji classroom to the next level!

If you liked the rooms you saw in the video click on this link to make a copy of my presentation with template versions of the rooms I shared. 

Pro Tip: When you are making your extra pages, really consider the "filling" cabinet page so you can link your past lessons or agendas into it. I can imagine that if we are in distant learning you will have kids working at different paces. Even if we are in physical classrooms attendance may be a little erratic, so having a place where your students can still access what they missed is very beneficial. Just make a copy of your home page with the daily/weekly instructions and hide/skip it at the end of the presentation. Then you just link that hidden/skipped page into your filing cabinet page!

If you want to learn more about how I am able to make easy and AUTO-graded remediation "worksheets" and assessments check out this blog on making google forms work for you! If you want to link your homepage to an easily editable classroom calendar check out my blog tutorial on how to lesson plan and make a shareable calendar all with Google Calendars!