by Kristie Burk
I know that many teachers (and administrators) in the Downingtown Area School District love to use Kahoot.
Great news! Kahoot recently released a new feature that allows the game to be played in “team mode.”
The team first enters a team name and the names of all the team members. The team members then collaborate with each other as they play the Kahoot, entering one answer for the whole team.
There are a lot of great things about team mode. First, it encourages collaboration among the students. Second, it takes away some of the “pressure” for students who don’t like their individual names on the screen. And lastly, team mode is great when teachers do not have a device for every student.
Special thanks to Michelle Nass, Librarian at Downingtown West High School, for telling me about Kahoot’s new team mode. If you have something that you’d like to share, write a comment below or send a message to email@example.com.