Hello, all! We're so close! The bright, sunshiney light at the end of the tunnel that is the 21-22 school year is getting SO much bigger! We can do this! As the school year begins to wind down, I always find myself looking for fun ways to review course content. My students quickly grow weary of the same type of games and, to be honest, so do I! While some of these tools may be "old favorites," the ... Read More about Reimagining Review : Rethinking Kahoot Activities
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Happy Sunday, all! I'm continuing today with my back to school planning series, and focusing on one of my favorite tools - I know I say that a lot! - Kahoot! The great people at Kahoot introduced a new game option on Twitter last week, and teachers around the world will love it! When launching a Kahoot activity, teachers have the option to use "classic" or "team mode" as well as the ... Read More about Back to School Planning: Kahoot Update
Kahoot is an absolutely fantastic game based student response/formative assessment system. This great tool provides a fun and engaging platform for teachers to quickly assess student knowledge. One of the many fantastic things about Kahoot is that the wonderful people who created it often make adjustments and add new features! Check out the most recent additions to this awesome ... Read More about Great New Features Added to Kahoot!
Kahoot! is an absolutely amazing formative assessment tool for classrooms. It's fun, competitive, and it offers great insight for teachers. AND...students actually love it! Kahoot! is appealing to students of virtually all academic and grade levels. Teachers can easily create a variety of activities on Kahoot!, and can quickly share those activities with their students to encourage content ... Read More about New “Team” Feature for Kahoot!
Do you love Kahoot!? My students and I are definitely huge fans of this wonderfully fun, game-based formative assessment tool! Kahoot! is tons of fun to play in the classroom, however it can also be played by students individually or with a small group. I typically create a Kahoot! activity toward the middle of a unit, after a few instructional videos, and add to that activity for the test ... Read More about Students Can Play Review Games with Kahoot! Individually