2. Discussions: Create discussion questions is easy. Decide on a title and then ask your probing question. You can also have your students pose questions to launch a discussion using their devices.
3. Surveys: Take a real-time poll of your students wants/needs? For example: what type of devices do we have in our classrooms from BYOT? This can also be used for an exit ticket to determine how a lesson went or gauge the students knowledge on a topic or an entrance ticket to review previous lessons.
If you find a public quiz, discussion or survey you can also ‘favorite’ it by clicking on the heart.
HOW TO PLAY A GAME OF KAHOOT!
This Quickcast shows how to play a game of Kahoot! in a room full of people with different devices:
- Once you've created you Kahoot or have chosen a public one to play, press the purple play button
- Choose your advanced settings and launch the Kahoot on the screen at the front of the room
- On their personal devices, players can then join by going to kahoot.it in their web browser, and entering the pin displayed on the screen at the front of the room
- They then enter their nickname, seeing it displayed at the front
- They then use their device to answer each question, with the aim to get as many points as possible and get to the top of the leader-board
- The quiz master can then download the results of the quiz, seeing what each person in the room answered for each question, and how quickly.