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How Kahoot App Can Simplify Teachers Life

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Introduction to Kahoot App

Kahoot is a educational tool that your students will love. It is not an “app” per se, however this can be used on any tablet or device and smart phones.
You can create a fun learning game in minutes (they call it ‘kahoots’), made from a series of multiple choice questions. Add videos, images and diagrams to your questions to improve user engagement and response.
Kahoots are best played in a group setting, like a classroom. Players answer on their own devices, while games are displayed on a shared screen to unite the lesson – creating a ‘campfire moment’ – encouraging players to look up.


Social learning promotes discussion and pedagogical impact… whether players are in the same room or on the other side of the globe! After a game, encourage players to create and share their own kahoots to deepen understanding, mastery and purpose.

Learn Using Kahoot


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How Can Kahoot Simplify Teachers Life

Kahoot app is one of the best and great tool which can help teach or learn about today and actually use tomorrow also known as go-to formative assessment. 
By saying that Kahoot with enough lead time to adjust your unit planning. Before grouping students, you can use this app right at the start of class and use the results as a guide. Kahoot's unique, no-answers-on-the-answer-pad format makes it a perfect review stage. Teachers could even use actual test questions, because students won't be able to screenshot review information, perhaps using it in advisably.
Students can also benefit from creating their own Kahoot's as a means of evaluation. Students who truly understand topics should be able to craft meaningful wrong answers, too. Further, Kahoot creation can work well as a component to a research project. 
Students or groups could present information  for example, plant phyla, graphing styles, or Egyptian pharaohs -- and then Kahoot the class. Blocked public access for kids under 16 lengthens the sharing process a bit; for this feature, younger students may need assistance from a teacher or classmate.

Kahoot's Facebook Page

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Kahoot's Facebook page was born in  2013 has 6861 likes till today, This is a place for Kahoot!’ers just to connect and share their latest news, tips, tricks, updates and insights to help shape the future of learning.

With Kahoot! You can introduce new topics, test knowledge, revise, connect with others all over the world, survey opinions, collect insights, make possible discussions, spark up professional growth or just have a little cool things.

Join Kahoot Facebook Page (www.facebook.com/getkahoot)through which you can connect with other Kahoot!’ers and share ideas, check out our Public Group at(facebook.com/groups/kahoot.community).

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