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Virtual Jobs for Online Classrooms: Digital Interactive Bulletin Board (20 Jobs)


Virtual jobs are a great way to build classroom community when in-person teaching is not an option. Use this digital interactive bulletin board of online jobs to keep students on task and engaged with live meetings and online learning.

This resource is available entirely in Google Slides! You will receive two slideshows – the interactive bulletin board and a slideshow with detailed directions.

  • This digital bulletin board is meant to be used in a virtual or remote learning classroom.
  • Teachers will assign students virtual jobs then share the presentation with students. Students will click on the presentation to learn more about their job. It is not meant to be printed.
  • Use the jobsto start, end and break up a live synchronous meeting on Zoom or Google Meet or have students create posts in Seesaw, Google Classroom or your class LMS to perform their job.

Digital Bulletin Board Set includes:
★ 20 Online Job Options – use only what you want & delete the rest!
★ Editable job duration and job descriptions
★ Table of all of the jobs to add student names to
★ Included directions explain exactly how to edit and share with students.


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How to Design a Culturally Responsive Bitmoji Classroom

You finally finished your Bitmoji classroom, taking part in what might be one of the biggest K–12 teaching trends in 2020. You color-coordinated your digital bulletin board, office chair, and pencil cup, and your ABC garland is perfectly hung. The process may or may not have taken five hours longer than you expected, but your final product might help students navigate your online class a little better, it may actually look like your brick-and-mortar classroom (impressive!), or it might simply have given you joy to create.

I am a professor of educational technology who has discussed Bitmoji at length with my own students who are current or future K–12 teachers. I’ve come to believe that in spite of the critiques of Bitmoji classrooms, there is value in them. Yes, they risk being trite, visually overwhelming, or a waste of time, and the Bitmoji program profits from users’ personal data.

These are concerns that deserve serious consideration. At the same time, well-done virtual classrooms can be an effective way to build community, engage students online, and enact culturally responsive pedagogies. But doing it right requires some serious thought. Your virtual classroom may be cute, but does it convey meaningful, functional, inclusive, and culturally responsive pedagogy?

Before diving in, head to Edutopia’s recent Bitmoji article for basics on how to create a virtual classroom. Then return here for guidance on thinking critically about what your classroom should include to be good for all students, particularly your most vulnerable ones.

5 Questions to Ask When Creating a Virtual Classroom

1. What is the learning purpose of my virtual classroom? A clear objective or question is at the center of effective learning, whether online or in person. What do you want your virtual classroom to support your students in doing or knowing? Virtual classrooms can be used to set expectations and norms, support relationship building, and offer students clickable virtual libraries. (Be careful with copyrighted material. Some publishers, such as Scholastic’s Learn At Home Library, have begun to offer free, open-access books during the pandemic.) For example, my student Lindsay Hoel created different virtual classroom pages, like the one below, for targeted purposes.

Miss Lindsay's bitmoji zoom directions
Courtesy of Lindsay Hoel

One of Lindsay Hoel’s virtual classroom pages was designed to show her future students and their parents how to connect on the class’s online video conference platform.

2. What meaningful objects can I include? Next, seek meaningful objects to include in your classroom. Bitmoji classrooms can easily get littered with stuff, making it difficult for students to focus on what matters. How can you cut the clutter and include meaningful imagery? When deciding what objects to include, ask yourself: Do objects in my classroom represent my values, background, and culture as an educator and as a person?

Ask yourself if you need that clock in the corner or if it’s just distracting. And that Starbucks mug in your avatar’s hand—what is it for? I love coffee with the best of ’em, but what does a branded coffee cup really say about me? Instead, why not showcase your family, friends, pets; activities that matter to you; your favorite places; or a favorite book, movie, album, or piece of art that is important to you? You could share a favorite quote that expresses your teaching philosophy. Think about your students’ identities and cultures so that you can share things about yourself that resonate with their lived experiences. Nadia Echevarria’s classroom, seen at the top of the page, illustrates a virtual classroom with meaningful objects that represent her background as a person and educator.

3. How can I make my virtual classroom accessible for cognitively and linguistically diverse learners? Begin by cutting the clutter. If you have too much content, why not make a second virtual classroom for related but distinct purposes? Next, check your fonts—are they clearly legible for all of your students? Then ask yourself if your language is clear, simple, and accessible for your bilingual and multilingual emergent students. Remember, screen readers may not function with your virtual classroom—keep this limitation in mind if you have students who rely on this technology. For more specific considerations, see the Universal Design for Learning guidelines, which may provide helpful guidance.

4. How can I make my virtual classroom inviting and nurturing for racially and culturally diverse learners? Your classroom, whether in person or online, must be a space that welcomes and celebrates your particular students, especially those who come from historically marginalized communities. Do you include objects, imagery, and content that resonate with and demonstrate respect for your African American, Latinx, and Indigenous students? Do you find ways to celebrate bilingualism and culture that matter to your students’ communities? There are so many ways to honor your kiddos with two simple places to start: your classroom walls and your bookshelf.

What’s on your “walls”? Think about including some of Teaching Tolerance’s One World classroom poster series. These free digital posters include quotes by racially and culturally diverse changemakers and would make a culturally responsive addition to any virtual classroom. Next, what’s on your “shelf”? Are the people and stories represented on your virtual bookshelf diverse in terms of race, language, ability, sexuality, and gender? Jillian Heise’s Classroom Book a Day suggests books with diverse characters and authors to showcase your virtual classroom. Michelle John’s Bitmoji classroom, below, features a bookshelf and walls that are culturally responsive.

Michelle's bitmoji classroom

Courtesy of Michelle John

5. How will I express creativity without an overwhelming time investment?Finally, remember that five hours making a Bitmoji classroom are five hours you could have used to plan a meaningful, hands-on social studies or science lesson. However, if the time you invest brings you joy and can support student learning, particularly for your most vulnerable students, it may be time well spent.

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A Bitmoji is a personalized cartoon avatar that can appear in your Facebook, Snapchat, Slack, or G Suite tools. You create a cartoon version of yourself that can add fun to your communications.

You create your character using the free Bitmoji app, available for Android, Chrome, and iOS.

What is a Bitmoji Classroom?

A Bitmoji Classroom is an interactive Google Slide created to resemble a traditional classroom in school. You can decorate the classroom with virtual furnishings from rugs to bulletin boards to shelves of library books. Each item in the classroom can be linked to a video or audio recording or a website or activity. Thus, they become interactive centers for learning.

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Teachers Are Creating Incredible Bitmoji Classrooms for Their Students

The next school year will be here before you know it, and for most people, it’s going to look quite different from a typical school year. Many teachers will be teaching virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While this totally makes sense from a public health standpoint, there’s no denying that virtual teaching (and virtual learning) simply isn’t the same as an in-person school experience.

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In order to establish even a small sense of normalcy for their students, some teachers are using technology in incredible ways as they dive into teaching from afar. One technique that really caught our eye was the use of Bitmoji classrooms. If you haven’t seen them yet, get ready to be impressed. If you’re a teacher interested in making your own Bitmoji classroom, here’s how to do it.

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Here’s how to create a Bitmoji classroom.

Obviously, teachers already have quite a lot on their plates — even when there’s not a pandemic to consider. During the summer break of a typical school year, teachers often spend hours prepping their classrooms so that they’re ready for their incoming students. This year, many are spending their time creating their virtual classrooms. And nothing takes those classrooms to the next level like adding Bitmojis.

In order to make your own Bitmoji classroom, you’ll first want to design your Bitmoji (a cartoon image of yourself). You can do this via the Bitmoji app on your phone. After you’ve created your Bitmoji, it’s time to move to the computer. For best results, add the Bitmoji Extension to your Chrome Browser. This will allow you to easily insert your Bitmoji into your virtual classroom.

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Next, head to Google Slides to create the actual (well, virtual) classroom space. Start with a completely blank slide. You’ll want to add images of a wall and floor to make the space look like a physical room. Do this by clicking “Background,” selecting “Choose Image,” and then going to “Google Image Search." You can also upload a previously saved image if you already have one on your computer.

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After you’ve added a wall and floor, you can start to get really creative. Click “Insert,” then “Image,” then “Search from web” and start searching for items to add to your virtual classroom. Your best bet is to search for images that don’t have a built-in background. To do this, put “transparent [insert item here]” in the search bar (for instance, “transparent couch”). Resize and rearrange to your heart's content (without any danger of throwing out your back!).

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Once your classroom is complete, it’s time to add your Bitmoji. If you added the Bitmoji Extension, all you have to do is click the button in your toolbar (it looks like a green rectangle with a smiley face inside it) and select the Bitmoji you want to insert. Easy peasy! A quick note: We recommend saving your background image separately then reuploading that static image as your slide background so that students don’t get confused trying to click everything.

Teachers have already gone above and beyond adding functionality to their virtual classrooms. You can add books to a bookshelf with links to your reading assignment and questions. You can add the image of a whiteboard and put a link on it that leads directly to a newsletter. You can even take pictures of students’ artwork and hang it up on a virtual bulletin board! 

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There are a bunch of video tutorials for making Bitmoji classrooms, as well as a robust online community and Facebook groups where teachers are sharing their great ideas. We’re not even teachers, but we’re low-key obsessed with looking at all of the cool spaces.

Obviously, a Bitmoji classroom is no substitute for face-to-face interaction, but it is a great tool for connecting with students when you can’t otherwise see them. That being said, there’s no reason you couldn’t also implement a virtual classroom into your routine when things get back to (a new) normal. As always, we’re super impressed by the teachers who are going above and beyond even more than they usually have to. They’re basically superheroes.


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Bitmoji Bulletin Boards

Organize assignments, display student work, & more using these 60+ slides filled with ready-to-use bulletin boards, sticky notes, borders, and clip art!

I have enjoyed creating virtual classrooms as I prepare for the upcoming school year. My plan is to have one main classroom with a consistent structure to assist students in locating assignments and additional resources in an organized and engaging manner.

Within my room, I have several strategies for organizing content without cluttering the space. One way to do this, is linking items in the room to other slides. This allows for separate slides for different purposes, and gives more space to work with. For assignments, I am planning to use this Interactive File Cabinet, which actually links to another Google Slide deck. For announcements, reminders, special events, and thematic displays, I plan to incorporate these bulletin boards. It is a fun way to display information, and an important way to connect a virtual room to the structure and routines of the traditional classroom.

I have included more than 60+ slides of virtual bulletin boards for you to enjoy,

including ready-to-use decorated bulletin boards, chalk boards, white boards, borders, sticky notes, push pins, and clip art to decorate! I have also included links to some other resources that I have created and think might be beneficial to you and your students as you begin the new school year, whether that is remote, hybrid, or in-person.

If you enjoy this FREE teacher resource, you can let me know by clicking the ❤ or leaving a comment below. I work hard to help other educators have FUN using technology and appreciate your comments and feedback! Join the Teachers Using Tech FB Groupfor even more sharing by our members. Click here to make a copy of my Bitmoji Bulletin Boards.

Bitmoji Classroom \u0026 Daily Interactive Boards!

Bitmojis are fun, entertaining, and completely educational. At least they are for these teachers, and especially during distance learning. Teachers have gotten super creative with their Bitmoji classrooms and Bitmoji lockers, but they also are using them for classroom management, virtual field trips, and more!

1. Host a virtual open house

We love how Rachel J. shows her classroom off virtually this year with Bitmojis! Get her template here.

2. Set expectations

Some teachers are using their Bitmojis to set up expectations posters for virtual meetings during distance learning. Thanks to Erika R. for this template.

3. Turn your Bitmojis into a poster or anchor chart

Still of Instagram bitmojis for classrooms

We love the creativity of Mrs. Lopinto. You’ll have fun, scrolling through your Bitmoji options to decide which ones to use.

Source: @mrslopintoslife

4. Create a Bitmoji virtual field trip!

This aquarium field trip is downright adorable! Thanks to teacher De K. for the template.

5. Create a Bitmoji escape room.

Escape rooms are all the rage right now. Make yours virtual and interactive. Perfect for assessments! Thanks Destinie B. for this template!

6. Make a library!

These adorable libraries are clickable. Thanks Casey V. for the inspiration!

7. Make your Bitmoji 3D

So many teachers, like Cindy W., are turning their Bitmoji characters 3D and animating them!

8. Print stickers to reward students for a job well done

Still of classroom bitmoji ideas from Instagram

Lots of teachers are turning their Bitmojis into stickers to give to their students, and this teacher, Little Miss Fiesta, makes it really easy. You only need the Bitmoji app, Avery 22805 labels, and the free template. If you want a quick and easy tutorial on this, check out her YouTube video. These make a great, inexpensive gift idea to send home to students during distance learning.

Source: @littlemissfiesta

9. Use yourself as a welcoming face

Still of creative classroom bitmoji ideas

Your students and visitors won’t have any doubt which door is yours when you put a giant Bitmoji on it. Thanks to But First, First Grade for this idea.

Source: @butinfirstgrade

10. Reinforce classroom rules with Bitmojis

Still of Instagram post containing classroom bitmojis

With so many Bitmojis you can choose, you’ll surely find a Bitmoji for all of your classroom rules. Thanks for the idea, The Texas Teacher.

Source: @thetexasteacher14

11. Use Bitmojis to give instructions

Still of teacher using bitmojis in the classroom

This is a fun way to give your students instructions or tasks. If you want to be a little extra by dressing up to match your Bitmoji, then go for it. (Kudos to Valerie, this fourth grade teacher who matched hers perfectly!)

Source: @apizza5thgrade

We’d love to hear—how are you using bitmojis in the classroom? Come and share in our WeAreTeachers HELPLINE groupon Facebook.

Plus, check out our favorite teacher stickers. 

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