Teachers have always looked for creative ways to reach all learners; apps are no different. I have experimented with their use in my classes and had wonderful results. My students are more fluent than I am with technology so they eagerly help me when I encounter difficulties. Today I tried kahoot for a mid-unit assessment, and there were issues since it was my first time. However, the students were excited about it and encouraged me to do more assessment that way.

Views: 117

Replies to This Discussion

Hello Dear Jacinta,

Kahoot! is a game-based educational platform that leaves your students begging for more. With a refreshingly new take on introducing a subject and formative assessment - through quizzing, collaboration and presentation of content -

Kahoot! initiates peer-led discussions, with students left on the edge of their seats.

We really recommend it!

This month, my students and I are working on the SCIENCE FAIR, this year we wanted to take a different view, we're working with their Spanish teacher and their science projects have to be related also to SOCIAL SCIENCE; specifically, the time of the Spanish conquest and the Viceroyalty of the New Spain. I really like PINTEREST, so I made a board to show them ideas, videos, tutorials and different resources to investigate and develop their experiments, it worked really good!
I usually use and reccomend PINTEREST to look for new reading strategies, classroom management, decoration or holiday projects...Here is the link to the SCIENCE AND SOCIAL STUDIES FAIR, CHECK IT OUT: http://pinterest.com/asji13/science-and-social-studies-fair/

RSS

© 2022   Created by ITEN.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service