www.youtube.com Garner student buy in on formative assessments or put assessment creation control directly into student hands by using Kahoot (getkahoot.com). Spring Lake Pa...
getkahoot.com Kahoot! is a free game-based learning platform that makes it fun to learn – any subject, in any language, on any device, for all ages!
www.youtube.com This video was created to demonstrate the basic of the Kahoot! website for use in the K-12 classroom.
Ask thought provoking questions to stimulate student thinking.
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Design questions that help you evaluate what students really know. Because all students answer, you get real data about every student.
The drag & drop interface lets you quickly build quizzes with images and video.
Any device can be used to answer the quiz questions. Project the quiz for all students to see and interact with. Students join the quiz using a common code.
Game-based pedagogy blog.getkahoot.com The Kahoot! pedagogy is based on creating a trusted learning space, encouraging a loop from “learner to leader”. Devised from typical behaviour, gaming and teaching models, the Kahoot! pedagogy creates a cycle which encourages both independent or collaborative research and creation, whilst also empowering learners to present and share their new-found knowledge to their peers, in a playful and social manner. Deeper learning happens when learners consider not just what the correct answers are to questions, but also what the potential incorrect answers are. The more creative they are encouraged to be with their content, the deeper they will understand the topics set. Typically, the loop happens with the following events: Once the educator has introduced a topic, they will play their own Kahoot! quiz with their class to assess their understanding The educator then asks their learners to create their own quizzes on specific topics Learners research, build up knowledge and gather relevant content They then create their quizzes based on this content And are then empowered to become leaders as they play their quiz back to classmates Teachers can assess their understanding based on the quality of their content (including the wrong answers!) The learning space also happens outside of the classroom - in study groups or even at home when played with friends, parents or siblings. Students can get their free accounts here!
Data is generated on every student's answer to give you insight into their learning.
What is a Kahoot? blog.getkahoot.com A Kahoot is a collection of questions on specific topics. Created by teachers, students, business-people and social users, they are asked in real-time, to an unlimited number of “players”, creating a social, fun and game-like learning environment.  Currently, there are 3 types of Kahoot: 1. Quiz This is the most common type of Kahoot, epitomising our game-based approach to blended learning. There is no limit to the number of questions in a quiz. Each question can have an associated picture or video, and 2 - 4 multiple choice answers. There must be at least one correct answer (but more can be chosen), and the time-limit for each question can be individually set from 5 seconds to 2 minutes. Aside from being a great way to engage and focus a whole room of people, quizzes can be used to formatively assess the knowledge of each individual in the room, and adapt their learning accordingly. They can be used to track progress of individuals over time, and inspire learners to enquire further by creating their own quizzes. Players answer questions displayed at the front of the room on their personal device, motivated to answer correctly and score the most points. The faster someone answers a question correctly, the more points they get. The top 5 highest points scorers are displayed on the leaderboard at the front in-between each question, and the ultimate winner is shown at the end. Results, including who answered what for each question, can be downloaded afterwards. — 2. Discussion (previously ‘Quick poll’) Discussions are designed to do exactly what they say - facilitate a conversation. They are simply one quick question with no right or wrong answer, which can have an associated picture or video and 2 - 4 alternative answers. They should be used to gather opinions on current affairs, divisive topics, or even ask “what shall we do today?”. Once again, players answer the question on their personal device. There is still a time-limit to answer within, however no points are involved. The collective results of the question are displayed at the front, acting as the basis for the discussion. — 3. Survey There are no limits to the number of questions in a survey. Each question can have an associated picture or video, and 2 - 4 multiple choice answers - however there are no right or wrong answers. They are just like traditional surveys except questions are asked in real-time to those present who answer on their personal devices. The results of each question can be debated there-and-then, and all survey results can be downloaded at the end. — Playing Kahoot! will instigate experiences like this (trust us, even with older learners, and adults!) — A quick “how to” guide for playing Kahoot!
Browsers supported kahoot.uservoice.com Knowledge Base – Kahoot! Support
Mobile devices supported kahoot.uservoice.com Knowledge Base – Kahoot! Support
How many users can play at once? kahoot.uservoice.com What internet speed should I have? – Kahoot! Support
"Kahoot! is a fun game-based response system that is a great way to create quizzes and surveys for the classroom. Students respond with any device that has a web browser. As students answer they are awarded points. Teachers have control on pace and time limits for each question. Include images and YouTube videos in your Kahoots!" www.youtube.com Kahoot! is a fun game-based response system that is a great way to create quizzes and surveys for the classroom. Students respond with any device that has a ...
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