For several years, it has been one of our favorite traditions to meet our awesome community face-to-face at ISTE every June. Due to the global pandemic, we weren’t able to do it this year. But we’re thrilled that the event is still happening, even though it’ll be different from what we’re all used to from previous years. ISTE20 Live will run on November 30 – December 4 as a fully virtual event.
Now that we can’t meet in person, it’s more important than ever to connect across distance, share experiences, and exchange ideas. The main theme of this year’s conference is how to adapt and thrive in a changing learning landscape.
We’re preparing a bunch of resources specifically focused on helping educators engage students in any learning environment and connect with each other even if the school is closed, for example:
- A tailor-made collection of video tutorials;
- A starter guide for anyone new to Kahoot!: learn how to create and play kahoots in any learning environment;
- Introduction to Kahoot! EDU, our newest offering that lets hundreds of teachers within a school, campus or district connect and collaborate;
- Introduction to Kahoot! Academy, our brand new content platform, community and future marketplace for educators and their learners;
- All you need to know about student study tools within our app, such as flashcards, practice, “test yourself” mode, and study leagues.
In addition to accessing our on-demand resources, you’ll be able to have live chats or video calls with us. If you have a question, would like to hear more about our latest products and features, or just say hi – just drop us a line or request a meeting in our virtual booth.
Of course, we’ll also be playing Kahoot! Participate in the Kahoot! ISTE20 challenge and get a chance to win some awesome prizes. To visit our virtual booth, look for the Kahoot! logo in the expo area within the virtual conference environment! Register for free access to the ISTE expo hall.
Not attending this year? We’ll make sure to keep everyone #NotAtISTE up to date! Follow our Twitter feed @getkahoot where we’ll be posting frequently throughout the event. After the event, we’ll also share a recap and useful resources on our blog.
We hope to see you there!