Kahoot is a favorite among students and teachers alike. It’s a fun way to jazz up assessments with gameshow style quizzes.
But what if we took our Kahoot beyond the walls of our classroom? What if we used Skype or Google Hangouts to connect multiple classes and all played together at the same time?
Steve Auslander and Steve Sherman have done just that.
They have connected classes around the world bringing students together through a simple Kahoot game. But the real magic happens before and after the game itself.
Scroll down to hear this episode and more from the Ditch That Textbook podcast.
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2. Right here on the blog. I’m planning on publishing podcast recap posts here every Tuesday. I’ll embed the shows right into the posts. You can listen to them without downloading anything!
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