MTT020 | Kahoot! Game based learning - Peter Paccone
MTT020|Kahoot! - Game Based Learning - Peter Paccone
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Kahoot! Is a game-based learning platform, that is free for teachers!
Create a fun learning game in minutes – called ‘kahoots’. The format and number of questions are entirely up to you. Add videos, images and diagrams to your questions to amplify engagement.
Ways to play Kahoot!
Peter Paccone has earned many accomplishments during his 30 years of teaching. Some of those include: A Henry Ford Innovator Award, PBS Local Digital Innovator Award; and ISTE Video Conferencing Teacher of the Year Award. Peter has also been recognized by the Flipped Learning Global Initiative as one of the top 100 Educators Leading Flipped Learning.
Peter is also the KQED In the Classroom publications manager and a member of several teacher advisory committees (iCivics, Global Flipped Learning, PBS, Better Together California Teacher Summit, etc.). He writes frequently for several education-related online publications (ITC, Edutopia, PBS’s Teacher Lounge, etc.) and he has given a TED-Talk style presentation at the 2015 and 2016 California Teachers Summit and at the 2016 Arcadia Innovative Teacher Summit. In addition, he has produced two TED-Ed Lessons.
Peter Paccone’s article
KQED In The Classroom
PBS Teachers Lounge
Contact: Peter Paconne
Books mentioned in Episode 20:
Flip Your Classroom : by John Bergman
Flipped Learning : by Jon Bergmann
David Vannasdall - Arcadia Unified Superintendent - @davidvannasdall
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