Kahoot is a game-based learning platform. Make teaching and learning fun. Teachers can sign up for a free account; it’s definitely worth checking out! Also, check out the very affordable paid options and the benefits a paid subscription can bring.
Teachers you will love this easy to use interface to create stunning classroom content to assess students’ knowledge. It’s great not just in the classroom for the students, but can also be used during training sessions for teachers.
Well, at least this is how I used it in my teaching and role as an Information Learning Technologist.
Take a look at this video to see Kahoot in action – just watch the reactions of the students. They’re priceless!
Ways to play Kahoot, from hosting live games to playing in group settings. Using the mobile app single-player challenge to using it to assign homework! Make Teaching and Learning Fun.
Lots of possibilities; they are endless. It can be used for any subject and age range!
Kahoot is so flexible and can be used time and time again! Here are at least 9 creative ways to use Kahoot. There are many more, take a look. Pay particular attention to number 7. To learn more click here.
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Quizlet a free website for teachers and students where they can create digital flashcards. Quizlet can automatically generate interactive games and other assessment methods from the original flash card content. Quizlet changes it into 7 different assessment methods!
Activities can be accessed from anywhere on computers, smartphones, tablets. You can even get a printed version. Content can also be embedded into a VLE, thereby giving the learner autonomy on their preferred method of assessment.
Get a teacher account with even more tools. Visit the Website: https://quizlet.com/for more information.
Quizlet is great for differentiation – all 7 methods of assessment offer a unique experience. Again, individual, pair, small group and whole groups can be accommodated.
The matching game has a timer and encourages healthy competition between groups, although it can become rather manic sometimes as students want to better their own score and those of their peers.
Being able to embed into a VLE is great as this allows individual students to interact in or outside of class.
The teacher subscription also allows you to create a classroom environment so that activities can happen simultaneously within the classroom. It also gives you the opportunity to view the analytics.
Click on the link below to play one of the examples. You can also change the study mode, click on the dropdown menu to check them out. Enjoy!
Embedding Technology in your classrooms, using individual computers, an interactive whiteboard, iPads or mobile phones.
There are some great online assessment tools out there. OK, they take a little bit of effort on your part, but they can be extremely effective. Here are just a couple of examples for you to take a look at. I have used both of these and they have worked really well in classes.
What is Triptico?
‘Triptico is a collection of interactive resources which enable imaginative educators to create engaging learning in their classroom or workplace.
Creating, saving, adapting and sharing interactive learning content is easy with Triptico.’
An individual yearly subscription costs UK £20, USA $27.00, EURO €21, AUD $30.00 (please notethat prices may have changed, check before purchasing).
Technology in Use
Triptico is great for collaborating with other tutors teaching similar subjects as you can share and use what you make with your peers. It provides you with the tools to make professional looking content quickly!
I’ve used this technology mostly on an interactive whiteboard so that I can get my students out of their seats and up participating. They love clicking on the whiteboard or being in charge of controlling it. This tool also helps to generate competition, so its’ great for pair work, small groups etc.
There are just so many tools to choose from – check out the website for full details.