Zondle is a games-based learning app that supports revision/review for school tests and exams. Students of all ages can play any topic in any game, to support exactly their learning needs.
Zondle mobile enhances the main zondle.com website by enabling learners to play zondle games on the move. Teachers can create topics on the main zondle website and then learners can play those topics on the move in any of a number of different games.
Available on the web, iPhone, iPad, and Android.
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This was a very easy tool to use to create games. The students could pick different types of activities that best fit their learning style, which helps reach a diversity of needs. I love game-based learning and this tool made it simple to incorporate.
Zondle is a great website where you can build your own interactive games around lessons or play already made game. Great for all ages and subject areas, I would use this site as a way to build supplemental knowledge in the area of social studies.
Here is my blog post on Zondle. I can’t wait to really develop some resources on this. http://www.freetechforschools.com/2013/04/zondle-supporting-learning-through-games.html
A cool site for educational games that can be embedded into a site.
Extremly easy program to use. Younger students are especially thrillied to play games and learn. I do not over do it, but I always make it a point to award them by letting them play a game when time permits or if they beave. Little do they know that I get to teach them and revise vocabulary and grammar while doing so.
It's very quick to write up a few exercises, multiple choice, missing word, true or false. And they simply love it. I do suggest that the parents are informed, though. I like to have parents agree that their children play games while they learn. I have had parents misunderstand my passion with computer games and teaching English.
Teachers especially ESL should give it a try!
Here is my blog post on why I love Zondle: http://bit.ly/IJFHAW