Who: Teachers looking to make their assessments interactive and engage their students. Also great for students to demonstrate their knowledge by creating a game.
How: Teachers take multiple choice style questions and type them into the interface. ClassTools.net then creates the Pac-Man game with your questions. To begin playing, students must correctly answer a question. Each time they lose a player, they must answer a series of questions correctly. Students are unable to start their next turn without answering correctly. The game ends when a student answers incorrectly, then their name is recorded and posted to the High Scores to compete with their classmates.
When: This tool is great for a bell ringer, review activity, or for student use on their own. ClassTools.net provides a unique link and embed code for teachers to share. Post the game to your class website, blog, or in your schools LMS.
Activities like these are fantastic tools to replace classic worksheets. Students have engaged in the game and want to answer more questions to play more. This is a great form of positive reinforcement with correct answers. This also pushes students towards repetition of facts.
Direct link here: http://www.classtools.net/pac/
Here is an example of one using history questions: