Vicki Davis

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kbkonnected:

zondle… Create fun games with your own content or “borrow from others. It’s FREE!
#games #edtech
I spent quite a bit of the afternoon fooling around with zondle.
Zondle in a nutshell: You create quiz questions/answers and zondle turns them into fun games for your students.
I dove into zondle and quickly (well not quickly enough) realized that the video tutorials are there for a reason. If you watch these short videos you’ll be able to learn zondle quickly. If not…you probably won’t. I HIGHLY recommend watching them!
Some zondle features…
Create quizzes that are turned into games. Your students can choose which type of game to play with your content.
Use the questions of others and customize them to suit your needs.
Create an account for your class and keep track of progress.
Embed games into your blog or website.
Love this feature! Your students can create content for games too. Fun way to show what they have learned.

Nice site that can be used in many classrooms!
Screenshot of some of the games your students can choose from.

Below is a mini-game I created for Hispanic Heritage Month.
<a href=”http://www.zondle.com” data-mce-href=”http://www.zondle.com”>zondle - games to support learning</a>zondle - games to support learning

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Zondle looks like a cool way to make your own educational games.

kbkonnected:

zondle… Create fun games with your own content or “borrow from others. It’s FREE!

#games #edtech

I spent quite a bit of the afternoon fooling around with zondle.

Zondle in a nutshell: You create quiz questions/answers and zondle turns them into fun games for your students.

I dove into zondle and quickly (well not quickly enough) realized that the video tutorials are there for a reason. If you watch these short videos you’ll be able to learn zondle quickly. If not…you probably won’t. I HIGHLY recommend watching them!

Some zondle features…

  • Create quizzes that are turned into games. Your students can choose which type of game to play with your content.
  • Use the questions of others and customize them to suit your needs.
  • Create an account for your class and keep track of progress.
  • Embed games into your blog or website.
Love this feature! Your students can create content for games too. Fun way to show what they have learned.

Nice site that can be used in many classrooms!

Screenshot of some of the games your students can choose from.

Below is a mini-game I created for Hispanic Heritage Month.


zondle - games to support learning
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Zondle looks like a cool way to make your own educational games.

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    Zondle looks like a cool way to make your own educational games.
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    This is cool!
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