To open the activity to wider use, details on producing the battery Jenga and how to lead the activities have been published in the ACS Journal of Chemical Education ("The Building Blocks of Battery Technology: Using modified tower block game sets to explain and aid the understanding of rechargeable Li-ion batteries"; E. H. Driscoll, E. C. Hayward, R. Patchett, P. A. Anderson and P. R. Slater).
The supporting information contains details on how to reproduce the activity as well as videos explaining the set-up and demonstrations that can be run. With a number of studies finding that electrochemistry is a tricky concept to grasp within the curriculum, having a tactile and hands on demonstration can help to visualise these concepts. Educators can link battery education to electrochemical potentials, redox reactions and reaction favourability.
Watch the below demonstration video, with the added voiceover to explain the activity to educators.