Have you tried using the ipad/computer based program, Kahoot?
Remember those Jeopardy games in Powerpoint? This is basically that 2.0 😉
Teachers create quizzes that the kids can play! My kids love it!
Let’s be honest, we are not all super teachers that can create these quizzes for every skill, BUT we have strength in numbers. Currently, my teammates and I create quizzes and share them with eachother. My teammates send out the automated email that they created a new Kahoot, but I don’t want to save all the links just so I can lose them later #RealTalk
Or, maybe you found somebody that made a Kahoot that you want to keep on your own list so you don’t have to keep searching for it year after year.
Fortunately, we can copy the Kahoot’s that we love so we can have the stored on our personal feed!
Here is how to do that:
- Click: Public Kahoots
- Type in the username of your teammate or the person’s Kahoot that you want.
Once you type in the username, all of their Kahoot’s will pop up.
Click the “duplicate” button, so you can copy it to your feed.
It will then show up in your feed as a draft.
To completely save it: click the green button that says, “continue editing”.
This now gives you the option to edit any questions and answer choices for your own feed. If you do not need to make any changes, then just click through the bottom green button that says, “save and continue”.
Once you have clicked through all the way, you will arrive at the conformation page!
Ta-da! The Kahoot is now saved under your list!
No you and your team can split up fun Kahoot’s and you will still be able to have them under your own list!
I hope this was a Peppy Zesty Idea for you!
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