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How to make the most of Headrush as a presentation tool, planner, place for student participation, or printable resource.

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Written by James Carlson
Updated over a week ago

Headrush Modules can be used as scaffolding, lesson plans, and project management.

You choose how to use Modules: as a presentation tool, as a planner, with learners participating, for event management, or as a printed resource.


You don’t need your learners to have accounts or log into Headrush when you can simply show them the module on the projector. Open a module from your My Modules or from the Warehouse. Click on the task Board to view the module visually. To present the module to learners on a projector, click on any task to open it, and click fullscreen. Present the content on the task, then click the arrows to go to the next task or back to the previous task. No need to create slides.


Organize your thoughts, projects, and collaboration with others. Create lesson plans and your own designs. Click Start New to create a module for your own use. Give it a meaningful name, and click on the Task Board. Start adding tasks for everything you think–don’t worry too much about how to organize it. Get your thoughts out. Add new columns for categories, phases, stages, or topics. Arrange the tasks into the columns by drag and drop. You can invite others to join you in the module. Click Overview, then click Who’s Involved. Click to add other Creators who will be able to edit the module with you – this is great for event planning.


Invite Learners who can view but not edit the module, and can complete assigned tasks and submit their work. As Learners submit their work, advisors like you can track progress on the evidence view, give feedback on the evidence directly, and have discussions. Learners can also create their own modules, and invite advisors for support and guidance. The Activity Feed gives a filterable view of all the actions taken by the advisors and learners who are invited to the module.


Download any module as a standalone PDF. From here, print the module, or use the built-in PDF navigation to review the content. The Table of Contents is laid out like the Task Board. Click any topic to jump to that task, and then click again to jump back to the table of contents. When viewing the PDF on a computer, click links or play videos in the module.

Know these modes when accessing Headrush to save you time, level up your skills, and collaborate better.

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