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Content Generator: Create your Own Educational Games

Even though Mozilla has declared war on Flash Based Content for the moment (without taking away the possibility of re adding in in the future), Chrome, IE, and Safari still run Flash.

With that being said, I would like to introduce you to You can add gaming elements to your course by making these review games part of your formative assessment.


Fling the Teacher

Using the rules similar to Who Wants to be a Millionaire (classic style), students must answer 15 multiple choice questions to "fling" their customized teacher.

Teacher Invaders

Answer questions (fill in the blank style) to earn time playing Teacher Invaders, a type of Space Invaders game. Great for vocabulary and spelling questions.


Students are given Half-a-Min to answer each question you throw at them.

Multiple Choice Generator

Self paced review question generator.

MatchUp Generator

Self paced matching review generator.


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