With the STUDTEGERY 5 PACK, you get 5 STUDTEGERY Board Games that can play from 15 to 52 students. Now your entire classroom can be reviewing for the same test at the same time.
STUDTEGERY combines studying with strategy. Studying and Test Reviews have never been this much fun!
From 3rd grade to graduate school, STUDTEGERY works on all subjects, classes, and courses if the test that the student is studying for or the teacher is reviewing is a multiple choice test. The reason why STUDTEGERY works for all subjects, classes, and courses is because the student or teacher from their class lectures, notes, readings, homework, handouts, etc . . . makes the multiple choice test preparation questions for game play (STUDTEGERY does come with one set of practice play Civics questions).
The STUDTEGERY- Teacher 4 Pack plays 12 to 20 students/players where every student playing answers every question on every turn. No more disengaged students during test reviews. When five students play, the fifth student reads the question/answers, which is perfect for the "brainiacs" as the struggling students, who need the test review the most, get to participate. Struggling students often avoid partaking in the old school ask and answer test reviews for fear of being embarrassed in front of their peers if they answer wrong. STUDTEGERY counters this fear as the goal of the game is to eliminate the wrong answers in order to move around the game board.
The test taking technique that STUDTEGERY incorporates is having the students eliminate the wrong answers to multiple choice questions, which helps the student arrive at the correct answer. During game play, the student chooses the correct answer in their mind, then selects one of the wrong answers. The next student repeats this process from the remaining answers. Once a supposedly wrong answer is selected, it is no longer available to be picked by the remaining students. The last student is left with the remaining answer. By choice or default, one of the students will have selected the correct answer. Those who chose the wrong answer move forward the roll of a die, while the student who chose or is left with the correct answer moves backward the roll of a die. The goal is to be the first student to move their player piece around the board and back to where they started.
Teachers can use STUDTEGERY in their classrooms for test reviews or send STUDTEGERY home as homework with their struggling students to get them studying as well as to get their parents involved with their studies.