Using Jeopardy Games in Online Learning #209

Jeopardy Games in E-Learning #209: Challenge | Recap

Challenge of the Week

This week, your challenge is to share an example of a Jeopardy-style games for e-learning.

Your entry can be static or interactive, so feel free to share anything you can think of. Even silly ideas can help trigger practical solutions, so don’t hold back!

Last Week’s Challenge:

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Using Pro-Con Lists in E-Learning to Help Learners Make Better Choices #208

Using Pro-Con Lists in E-Learning #208: Challenge | Recap

Wishing you a great week, E-Learning Heroes!

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Ken Bruss

I can't share what I've done since it's proprietary, but I work in biotech. I've used Jeopardy as an energizer with a multi-day training course. Periodically, we'd take a break and play a couple of rounds. We'd keep score, and at the end of the class the winning team would win a prize, typically a bag of candy. To use the game in this manner, I use 7 - 10 categories, with five levels to each group. Sample Categories and questions: - Drug Side Effects - for this one you need to be very specific with the answer e.g., produces nervousness, stomach pains and/or weight loss among hyperactive children - Stages of Drug Trials - evaluates trial drug safety with a small number of study participants - Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) - governs informed consent procedures among minor... Expand

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