Have I mentioned how much I love Twitter? It brings my students amazing opportunities...
We learned a lot from our first Kahoot Hangout. To ensure that this one ran even smoother, I created a document that I shared with the teachers that participated. I think it really helped!
We wanted to make the experience meaningful and collaborative, so we decided to not use a pre-made quiz. Each of the classes researched Earth Day and submitted possible questions to a Google Doc. I then used those questions to create the quiz. Kahoot makes it so easy!
All of the preparation made the actual hangout a huge success. We even had Stephanie from Kahoot play with us from London! All together we had 8 groups on the hangout. The classes were from Kansas, Connecticut, Wisconsin, Indiana, Iowa, Pennsylvania and Illinois.
|This is what our view looked like. We shared the Kahoot game, so we needed to split our screen!|
And now, for a little fun, enjoy watching a glimpse of our call via our GoPro!
The event ended up being an awesome way to celebrate Earth Day - literally around the world. Will we play again? Of course! Let me know if you would like to join in!