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Educational Insights Classroom Jeopardy

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  • Teachers love classroom jeopardy
  • Classroom jeopardy meets your test prep needs
  • Creating your own games is fast and easy
  • It's the fun, exciting and effective way for your students to review what you teach
  • All the sights, sounds and thrills of TV's jeopardy in your own classroom
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Product Description

Product Description

7910 Features: -Classroom Jeopardy.-Classroom Jeopardy! Editor game-creation software.-Electronic Scoreboard with 3 erasable name cards. Dimensions: -Dimensions: 7.5'' H x 13.7'' x 23.8'' D.

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Teachers love classroom jeopardy that meets your test prep needs. Creating your own games is fast and easy. It's the fun, exciting and effective way for your students to review what you teach.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 23.7 x 13.5 x 7.8 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Origin: China
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000EEX7FM
  • Item model number: 7910
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 14 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #314,953 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By K. Andersen on January 4, 2010
For this price, Classroom Jeopardy should be considerably more durable and programmable. My school has purchased 4 of these systems so I have had a chance to use several different systems, even from different years of production. I am a science teacher and love to use the system with my students, however, about 1/4 of the games I write come up as "corrupted date" and won't play. About another 1/4 of the time I am using the included game-writing software, the system will crash if I hit two buttons at the same time; it is a very fragile editing program. Also, no images, video, nor audio clips can be added to questions. Heck, you can't even cut and paste into the program as you write a game unless it's in all CAPS. I just think for the cost of 2 Nitendo Wii and then some, Classroom Jeopardy could do a lot more and be much more functional. When it works, it's a lot of fun, when it doesn't it's frustrating as heck.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By C. Kobrine on January 3, 2010
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This game is so amazing that I had to write a review.

My kids are 9 and 11 years old, and although they're average to smart, they're not readers. I accept that they will probably be late bloomers when it comes to reading, so in the mean time I'm always looking for alternative ways for my kids to learn. Not every method works for every child, but this really works for us. My kids don't even realize they're learning when we "play" this game. To begin with, the game is easy right out of the box. There are plenty of game cartridges for sale, but from my experience, the games you create yourself are the reason to buy this game. Instead of buying the preprogramed cartridges, I bought the pack of 10 blank cartridges that you can use over and over again. If you work in Word, creating games will be simple, and if you don't, the instructions are written as if the reader is technologically inexperienced. Similar to the game on t.v., the first round of single Jeopardy has six categories, so I create 3 or 4 educational or academically challenging categories, and 2 or 3 fun categories like Spongebob trivia, sports nicknames, or a geography category of family vacations. This keeps my kids excited to "play," and the academic questions they don't answer resurface in later games until they finally know the answer. At the end of the game, we have a little plastic trophy that I found in a dollar bin at Target that we put over the winner's name on the game board, and my kids act as if they just won an Olympic gold medal.

It takes me about an hour to an hour and a half to think up 12 different categories plus the final jeopardy question, check the accuracy of the difficult questions on the internet, and type the questions and answers onto the Jeopardy cartridge.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Danny on July 31, 2006
Everyone will have loads of fun playing classroom jeopardy. I's easy to make up the questions, and your students will now LOVE to learn. It's expensive but it's worth every cent that you pay for it. If you want students to want to come to school every day this item is for you.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Angela on March 22, 2012
Exiting corporate for a career in education, my first year of teaching was a challenge. The students found the curriculum long and boring, and retaining the information for the state exam was next to impossible. Relatives who taught for twenty plus years recommended and financially assisted me with purchasing this equipment for my second year of teaching, and now I'm the "Cool Tech Teacher with Games". My attendance increased every Thursday due to it being dedicated to playing Jeopardy! and students who I thought were not paying attention were actually participating. I cannot begin to count the number of Exceptional Children (EC) and At-Risk students who were not only able to pass the state exam but to recall a good portion of the curriculum in advanced courses due to this instructional strategy. This game system allows teachers to focus on key words students need to comprehend to identify vocabulary, and real-world situations to explain a principle, theory, or an event.

If you remain unconvinced this game system is worth the investment, then allow my test scores and classroom management to be a living testimony. The first year of teaching, my students scored 70% on the state exam for my advanced course. Last school year (2nd year teaching) my students scored well above 80%- and my students beat the average state score last semester! An Assistant Principal relocated across the hall last year, and ran into my classroom when he heard several males arguing. Surprised, he stood in the back of the room in silence to witness At-Risk males argue over the controller and how to answer the questions the correct way.

When school started for this year in August 2011, I was covering my syllabus with new students only for one to stop me after rule number two.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on March 16, 2011
Wow... I never thought that there could be a game this addicting. (That wasn't a video game)

OK. so, um, to start, I played it in class today. I LOVED IT. It is such an amazing game! We had so much fun with it! Okay, well, ours was a little different. It was black with purple and blue controllers, and it had 6 players, not 3. But otherwise it was the same product. Everyone on our team loved it.

PROS+++

+SUPER FUN

+educational

+programmable

+super enjoyable for anyone who knows about Jeopardy.

+just like on tv!

+unlimited players (there can be teams)

+simple

+can be used at home or school

+lots more pros than cons!

CONS---

-takes a long time to make a game

-lots of misspelled words. Spell check deletes the whole game!

-unchangeable mistakes. The teacher pressed incorrect when she meant correct, and it messed up two teams' scores.

-time consuming. (that may be good, depending if you want to burn time or play a fast game.)

-it glitches sometimes.

Overall, this is a very fun game.
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