Web Tool Wednesday: Factile
Troy Kuhn 7:30 AM Web Tool Wednesday
Playing Jeopardy in classrooms has been something teachers and students have done for a long time. When I first started teaching, I created a poster question board that used envelopes holding index cards cut in half. Pretty fancy!
Now there are several ways to create nice looking interactive versions of Jeopardy for your class. One of the best ways is from a free source called Factile.
Factile lets you create a variety of review games, as well as using ones that are already exist in a template gallery.The Jeopardy games in Factile are designed to be played by teams in your classroom. You control the board and award points when students answer correctly.
It's fairly easy to use and your students will love it.