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Kahoot is a game-based learning platform for business and education.
Cost: Free and premium plans
Rankings in the previous surveys:
|2021: 18||2020: 24||2019: 21||2018: 20||2017: 20||2016: 15||2015: 17||2014: 81|
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Comments on Kahoot in 2022
“How could I not mention this easy-to-use learning game generator? Well, it’s no longer a new tool. It seems to be used pretty universally in schools and organizations, at conferences even. We even use it in team meetings to see how much we’ve learned about one another, or even how much people know about our company.” Brian Washburn, CEO Endurance Learning, USA
“Quick quizzes are easy to set up.” Philippe, france
“Ideal for use in my classroom lessons”
“Fun interactive free quizzes and polls” Mark Bates, Early Careers Manager, UK
Previous comments on Kahoot
“To create tests and quizzes” Katerina, teacher, Ukraine, 2021
“Kids love it” Josipa Erhardt, Croatia, 2021
“Makes interactive online fun quizzes super simple and a great user experience for participants.” John Hinchcliffe, Head of Talent, UK, 2021
“When I taught middle school Kahoot was one of the most popular tools myself and my students used. They loved playing and creating their own games for revision.” Lee Lewis, Senior Digital Learning Coordinator, UK, 2021
“Quiz platform, extremely popular with students.” Academic Leader, 2020
“I use Kahoot to review concepts or gain information on students’ prior knowledge. The kids are ALWAYS engaged when we use Kahoot” Elementary Teacher, USA, 2020
“Competition increases engagement. People are willing to participate in material reviews because it seems like a game.” Teacher, 2020
“Can’t do without, attractive for learners” Jan Janssen, Educational Projects Manager, Netherlands, 2020
“Excellent for digital assessment, gamification of learning” Tabitha King, Social Work Educator, UK, 2020
Quick Guide to Kahoot
Here you will find some basic guidance and links to resources on how to use Kahoot for teaching, training, learning and development.
In the workplace – From e-learning, to interactive presentations and training, you can
- create a kahoot game in minutes – start from scratch or use a pre-designed template. Choose from various question types and add imagery and/or video for deeper engagement.
- present live games remotely or in-person, or share self-paced games – in a video call or in-person. Learners view the questions on the big screen or via screen share, and join with a second device to answer.
Here’s how how businesses use Kahoot! to make presentations and training engaging
In education – you can create your own kahoot in minutes or choose from 40+ million ready-to-play games. Engage students who aren’t in school with the distance learning features, play in class, and dive into game reports to assess learning
- Need Some Spice in Your Classroom? Try Kahoot!, The Ohio State University: College of Nursing, 9 January 2019
- 12 Ways to Use Kahoot! in Your Classroom, Weareteachers, 1 December 2015
- Kahoot! is gamifying the classroom, Wired, 22 June 2015
- Getting started with Kahoot (PDF), Kahoot
Last updated: August 27, 2022 at 16:28 pm