Educator Guide

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Kahoot is a game-based learning platform that allows teachers to create quizzes, surveys, and discussions for their students. It can be used in the classroom or for remote learning, and is designed to be interactive, engaging, and fun.

Key Features

Kahoot's features can be used in various ways in the classroom to enhance teaching and learning. For example:

  • Creating quizzes and surveys to assess student knowledge and understanding;
  • Embedding videos and images into questions to make learning more engaging and interactive;
  • Running live game sessions to test students' knowledge and promote healthy competition;
  • Assigning student-paced challenges and assignments for individual learning and practice;
  • Analyzing student progress and performance to identify areas where students may need additional support or resources.


The benefits of using Kahoot in the classroom include:

  • Increased student engagement and motivation
  • Immediate feedback and assessment of student learning
  • Ability to adapt to different learning styles and paces
  • Enhanced collaboration and communication among students
  • Simplified data analysis and tracking of student progress

Kahoot can save time by automating the grading process and providing instant feedback to students. It can also increase student engagement by providing an interactive and fun way to learn, and improve learning outcomes by providing opportunities for students to practice and reinforce their knowledge.

Getting Started

  1. Create a Kahoot account on the website or app
  2. Choose the type of activity you want to create (quiz, survey, discussion, etc.)
  3. Add your questions and any multimedia elements you want to include
  4. Choose the game mode (live session or student-paced)
  5. Launch your game and share the code with your students to join

Considerations and potential concern of using the tool

To use Kahoot effectively, consider the following tips:

  • Keep the questions and content relevant and engaging
  • Use Kahoot as a formative assessment tool to identify student strengths and areas for improvement
  • Use Kahoot to review and reinforce previously taught concepts
  • Encourage healthy competition and participation among students
  • Use analytics to track student progress and adjust your teaching accordingly.