Originally published on: Foundations Newsletter
If you’ve used Kahoot in class, you know how crazy students can get about it. They like to compete and see their names pop on the screen. Some students can get so competitive that you’d see them grab their hesitant friend’s iPad and hit the right answer for them… Well, the answer they think is right. –The fight is usually interesting when the enthusiastic friend hits the wrong answer 😀
Anyway, there is a new tool! Similar idea, but completely different. *happy dance*
I like the fact that students can move at their own pace, yet still compete with everyone. The detailed feedback you get for each student also looks interesting.
I will be using in class soon, but if you have already used it, please do share your feedback! 🙂