Education technology company Kahoot! has launched an academy where teachers can find and share learning content.
Content publishers are also being invited to participate on the website, through “premium partnerships.” Currently, the organizations that have agreed to use the marketplace include the American Museum of Natural History, Britannica, Common Sense Education, iCivics, Merriam Webster and National Geographic.
“Some of the biggest challenges we educators face is the lack of time, resources and the ability to connect with peers to share knowledge and materials,” said Linda Sees, history department chair at Roselle Catholic High School in New Jersey. “I am so excited to be one of the early educators to become a part of what is the first global community and knowledge resource for teachers that puts us front and center.”