Tips for using games to harness student voice and connect classrooms
1) Have students create their own kahoots to accompany bigger projects.
2) Challenge students to contribute one question each on a topic or unit to make a big quiz together as a class.
3) Check out how to use Skype in the Classroom with Kahoot! to keep students engaged and excited!
4) For district-wide connected kahoots, create a shared spreadsheet to list subjects and available times, to connect with teachers easily.
5) Join and post in our teacher-focused Facebook community to find teachers of similar subjects and grades to connect your class with!
Thanks to all who participated!
A huge thanks to @MrsLindaMarie, @sagold, @marlzweinstein, @dmoorespanish, @AJBianco, @MissCook03, @MrsRobbins24, @DevEducators and @MsCGillis for their top tips, and all others who participated in this #KahootChat!
A special thanks goes to Matthew Farber for guest hosting. Got a question for Matthew? You can ask him on Twitter – @matthewfarber. You can also buy Matthew’s book ‘Gamify Your Classroom’ – featuring a chapter on Kahoot! – now on Amazon!
Would you like to guest host a #KahootChat? Get in touch with us @GetKahoot – we can’t wait to hear from you!