This week, I'm holding a finals week tournament in my classroom. For four out of the five review days, my students and I played a game to review all of the content from the first semester. Team rankings were kept on a Google Sheet that I made public - so student could check their team's rankings at any time. You can learn about more of the details by listening to my podcast episode at https://t.co/l6DsMxyqMe.
I also recorded a YouTube reflection, found below.
Kara Wilkins Blog link at http://toengagethemall.blogspot.com/2013/02/grudgeball-review-game-where-kids-attack.html
Slides for the games at https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1qBnbSyPkBPLki06DrC9-b_CbaKIx-8q6dpldexCvbnA/edit?usp=sharing
Tournament Rankings at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1tt15KBtQxj4Swfy_QeusLqdN160a5ZU2J6BXTyqD5yQ/edit#gid=0
What games do YOU use in your classroom to review? Please share in the comments below!
Mattea Garcia is a passionate educator dedicated to improving instruction by utilizing technology. This blog is dedicated to reflections on educational technology tools, instructional coaching, and educational equity.