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Microbiology in Jeopardy part of Examples
This group learning activity involves students in an engaging review of concepts of microbiology. The review is set up as a power point presentation in the style of the "Jeopardy" gameshow where students groups compete against each other to answer review questions.
Accounting Basics - Cribbingo part of Examples
Help students grasp accounting basics, the language of business, by playing Cribbingo.
Computer Fraud Word Search part of Examples
Identification of computer frauds as a computer attack, social engineering, or malware.
Processing Integrity Challenge part of Examples
The Processing Integrity Challenge makes use of game theory to help students learn how to determine relevant application controls for accounting systems to ensure processing integrity is achieved. It specifically addresses source data, data entry, processing, and output controls. The playing format is an adaptation of the television game show, Jeopardy, which is a novel way to reinforce concepts and provide immediate feedback to confirm students' knowledge.
Transaction Analysis Tic-Tac-Toe part of Examples
Drill and practice transaction analysis by playing tic-tac-toe.
Calculez votre empreinte Ãcologique!: A Content-based Language Activity part of Examples
This online game activity allows the learners to calculate their carbon footprint using a French language calculator developed by a Swiss environmental organization. Students will describe their results in French and engage in related expansion activities for the language class.
Construisez la pyramide du dÃveloppement durable! - An Online Game on Sustainable Development part of Examples
This online quiz on sustainable development can be used in French language classes to prepare intermediate-level students for discussions on environmental topics. The resource is excellent for immersion and content-based instruction.
The AIS Transaction Cycles Game part of Examples
The AIS Transaction Cycles Game is designed to provide drill and practice or review of the elements that comprise the Revenue, Expenditure, Production, Human Resources, and Financing/Investing cycles. The game is a PowerPoint version of Connect 4.
An Experiential Pedagogy for Sustainability Ethics: The Externalities Game part of Examples
The Externalities Game is a non-cooperative game that teaches students about the concept of environmental externalities and allows them to directly experience the moral dimensions of collective action problems. It has been particularly effective for teaching students about the moral aspects of the climate change. Grades are used to create the tension between earning individual grade points at the expense of group benefit. This is part of a research project funded by the National Science Foundation.
The Fund Identification Challenge part of Examples