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Ann Makosinski is a 23 year old Filipina-Polish Canadian inventor, global keynote speaker, and aspiring writer. She is best known for her invention of the Hollow Flashlight, a flashlight that runs off the heat of the human hand. Ann has given 5 TEDx talks and is one of Forbes Magazine’s 30 Under 30.
Sean D’Arcy, VP Kahoot! at school, will walk you through the most exciting Kahoot! updates, introduce you to innovative learning apps, demo our latest integrations, and give you a sneak peek into what’s coming for back-to-school. With these tools for interactive teaching, content creation, engagement and assessment, you’ll be all set to prepare your awesome toolkit for coming back to the classroom!
This session will be particularly relevant for educators of all levels and students but we highly encourage technology specialists and school leaders to tune in too!
In this session, you’ll learn how to find high-quality, ready-to-use kahoots and lessons in Kahoot! Academy’s library of learning content, and how to connect with thousands of other educators and publishers from around the world. You’ll also get an exclusive preview of Kahoot! Academy Marketplace that will be launched later this year.
As you prepare to go back to the classroom this school year, we want to inspire the use of imagination! We know imagination is important to developing a student’s creative problem solving skills, and at Disney, imagination drives everything we do. Join Luc Mayrand, Portfolio Creative Executive at Walt Disney Imagineering, to learn about Imagineering’s storied blue-sky process and where our ideas come from. Along the way, you’ll see how Disney Parks are among the greatest laboratories in the world – not only for Imagineers, but also for students! We believe that imagination and creativity should be part of every student’s educational experience, and our vision is to inspire the next generation of creative thinkers (and the next)!
With books, a podcast, and app and more, Rebel Girls spotlights stories of incredible women from diverse backgrounds, different countries, and time periods all throughout history. Explore Rebel Girls resources and be inspired to weave these exciting stories of real-life women—both well-known and new-to-many—into lessons throughout the year.
Play a kahoot with Kahoot! ambassador from Spain, Fran García!
EdTech hero Leslie Fisher is here to show you some cool tools that can transform the way you teach and engage your students. Participate in live, interactive demos and get inspired for the upcoming school year!
We’ll wrap up the event with a big kahoot! Kick back and relax with a live game hosted by Steve Sherman, one of our enthusiastic Kahoot! ambassadors. Get a chance to win one of our amazing prizes!
Dr. Quentin J. Lee has been employed with the Talladega County School system for the last 14 years and is currently the Principal of Childersburg High School. He is passionate about education and giving back to his community. He created the viral “Can’t touch this” music video parody.
Sean D’Arcy, VP Kahoot! at school, will introduce you to Kahoot! products, new features and integrations that will help admins prepare a versatile classroom toolkit and scale it to their entire school or district. Hear more about Kahoot! EDU, our offering with a site license for schools and districts, discover our new tools to plan lessons and manage classes, learn how to power up students’ creative skills and how to engage your staff with interactive professional development.
This session will be particularly relevant for technology specialists, admins, school and district leaders. Teachers, make sure you let your school’s admins know about it!
In this session, you’ll get a deep dive into Kahoot! Academy and learn how to make the most of its library of learning content in the upcoming school year. Discover kahoots and lessons focused on social and emotional learning and development of 21st century skills in learners of all ages.
The team at Clever believes that technology is a powerful lever to make learning more engaging, give educators superpowers, and advance educational equity. Learn how Clever simplifies access to digital learning, why millions of teachers love it, and what’s coming in the future.
Play a kahoot with Kahoot! ambassador and Kahoot! Academy Verified educator from Egypt, Mohammed Abo Hassan!
Join Terri Brungardt and Amy Hawkins-Keeler from Widefield School District 3 in Colorado to learn how they connected hundreds of educators across their district with Kahoot! EDU and boosted collaboration. Plus, play a fun kahoot with member of the K!rew Sydney Jones to win some prizes!
Over the years, Microsoft and Kahoot! have partnered together to support engaging classroom experiences for your students. Sonja Delafosse, Educator Programs Strategy Leader for Microsoft will share about incredible new features in PowerPoint and how to take advantage of the Read Aloud feature for emerging readers and the importance of educator communities to support your learning journey. Then, the incredible Steve Auslander, Kahoot! Ambassador and MIE Expert will showcase an incredible lesson that combines the power of multiple apps to help your students connect and learn about each other at the start of a new school year!
Come join your Google team to learn what’s new around our different offerings and have an opportunity to speak directly with members of the Google Classroom team.
Join our friends at Apple to learn about exciting updates to their apps for teaching and learning, including a live demo of how to use Kahoot! with Classroom. Plus, hear more about Apple’s free professional learning program, Apple Teacher.
Play a kahoot with Kahoot! ambassador from Canada, Diana Mancuso! This is another change to win Kahoot! swag🎉
Dr. Alf Inge Wang, Professor in Game Technology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and Kahoot! co-founder, will take you on a deep dive into the pedagogy of game-based learning. He’ll share highlights from research looking into the impact of game-based methods on aspects such as classroom dynamics, student attitudes, attendance and academic performance. In the demo part of the session, he’ll share his best practices for creating kahoots that activate higher order thinking.
This session will be relevant for educators of all levels, particularly in higher education, and administrators interested in research-backed analysis of the impact Kahoot! makes on learning.
The past year has shown educators nationwide how employing technology can unleash student creativity and help teachers meet students where they are – but how will our digital learning experience elevate classroom instruction in the fall? Join us for a conversation with educators and experts on the new ways that technology fuels teaching and learning now. Kevin Hogan will host this engaging panel that will feature Daniel Gohl, Emily Dillard, and Vicki Davis.
That’s a wrap on the Kahoot! EDU Summit 2021! We hope you’ve been paying attention to Day 2, because Quentin has prepared an awesome kahoot that will test your knowledge. There will be prizes!
The 2021 Kahoot! EDU Summit will occur over two days, June 16th and June 17th. Each day will begin at 9:00am PDT(Pacific Daylight Time), and end by 2:00pm PDT. Each day will last approximately 5 hours. The entire event will be recorded so you are able to review any sessions you might miss.
The event will start at 9 am PDT (Pacific Daylight Time) both on June 16 and 17. Each day will end around 2 pm PDT. Go to this website if you’re not sure what time it will be in your time zone.
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If you cannot attend the live event, the event will be recorded! You can watch the recordings and still receive the event certificate as long as you register for the event.
Yes, we’ll record all sessions and add videos to this page a couple of days after the event. You’ll be able to see the recordings as long as you register! You can watch the recordings and still receive the event certificate as long as you register for the event.
Yes! Every participant will receive a certificate confirming they attended this event. We’ll email it to the address you used to register a day or two after the event. You can watch the recordings and still receive the event certificate as long as you register for the event.
Yes, you can use the certificate to claim PD credit for the entire duration of the event. You can watch the recordings and still receive the event certificate as long as you register for the event.
You can find the 2020 Kahoot! EDU Summit session recordings, badges and resources on this page.
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