Kahoot! is a free game-based classroom response system which creates an engaging learning space and works on any device with a web browser.

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https://getkahoot.com/

Task #1: Click on the link above to go to to Kahoot and create a free account.

Task #2: Create a 5 question quiz about a topic students are studying in your class.

Task #3: Search the public Kahoots and practice by playing one.


Terms: Players are not required to create accounts.
Classroom ImplicationsTeachers can use the quiz feature to help students review material for a test or as part of the formative assessment process during a unit. Students can play the original game mode or the team mode where they are given an extra five seconds for team discussion before answering. The discussion feature can be used to gather opinions or to facilitate a debate. Challenge students to create their own quizzes or create questions you can compile into a quiz.



Home and School Connection
Students can create and play quizzes in study groups or at home with parents, friends, or siblings. Quizzes can be kept private or made public for others to play.

Additional Resources
Professional Development and Teacher Resources from Kahoot!
Getting Started Guide
The Art of Blind Kahoot!ing
Challenging students to ask their own great questions - with a rubric.
From learners to leaders.



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