Tic-tac-toe, sometimes referred to as Think-tac-toe, is a method of offering students choices in the type of products they complete to demonstrate their knowledge. As in a traditional tic-tac-toe game, students are presented with a nine-cell table of options. The teacher should make sure that all options address the key concept or skill being learned. There are several variations on this method:
•Students choose three product options that form a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line.
•Students choose one product choice from each row or from each column (without forming a straight line).
•The teacher can create two or more versions to address the different readiness levels.
*Works best with Pearson's "Principles of Economics" Text