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Kahoot! in the news roundup, June 4

Here is a roundup of selected news coverage Kahoot! has received this week from around the world.

Washington post logoThe kind of teaching kids need right now — Valerie Strauss, The Washington Post
As many educators and students return to the classroom full-time or continue with hybrid learning systems, formative assessment should be a key component of teaching strategy, says education writer Larry Ferlazzo. Teachers can facilitate formative assessments for their students with learning games on Kahoot!

 

PNS NewsHour ExtraDaily News Lesson: How a rise in remote work may impact post-pandemic life — PBS NewsHour EXTRA
In a lesson for students focused on the rise of remote work, PBS NewsHour EXTRA is challenging students to test their knowledge with a kahoot game on the economic impacts of COVID-19.

 

The New Normal is Remote: 6 Technologies That Will Make Working From Home Inevitable in The Future — Rebecca Barnatt-Smith, Hacker Noon
PR and Marketing Executive Rebecca Barnatt-Smith discusses how companies can now connect their teams remotely and make working from home more social with resources like Kahoot!.

 

Adding New Skills to Open More Doors — Beverly Creamer, Hawaii Business Magazine
Robbieana Leung, a global English teacher with the University of Hawaii’s Outreach College, discussed her success with creating and hosting a Kahoot! session for her distance learning students in Japan.

 

Best Apps To Learn The Korean Language — Saniya Khan, EdTech Review
In a look at the top apps for supporting Korean language learning, EdTech Review points to Drops, part of the Kahoot! family of learning platforms, for its fun and play-based approach to learning, immersive visuals and more.

 

 

Best Teacher Tools Online: 10 Elearning Tools Selected By EHL Faculty — HospitalityNet
Faculty of hotel management school EHL (Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne) name Kahoot! as one of the best learning resources to engage students and track their learning.

 

 

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