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Fresh Alternatives To Kahoot

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Basic Member
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3 years ago
I am look for alternatives to Kahoot. It seems that everyone and their sibling is using it in my school. Any and all suggestions are welcome. Thank you in advance for your help.
Basic Member
3 years ago
Have you tried Plickers? plickers.com uses QR-type codes printed on cards that you distribute to your students. Depending on the position in which the student holds the card, a certain multiple choice answer is registered A, B, C, or D. Only the teacher needs a device with a camera a phone is all that is needed to record the students' answers. It's a lot of fun similar to Kahoot in some respects.
Basic Member
+2
3 years ago
Quote from Anchen
Have you tried Plickers? plickers.com uses QR-type codes printed on cards that you distribute to your students. Depending on the position in which the student holds the card, a certain multiple choice answer is registered A, B, C, or D. Only the teacher needs a device with a camera a phone is all that is needed to record the students' answers. It's a lot of fun similar to Kahoot in some respects.

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I have yet to try Plickers.

It seems easy enough that I could use it, after

obtaining/making the cards.

Thank you for responding.
Basic Member
+3
3 years ago
Quote from eortiz@conwell-egan.org
I am look for alternatives to Kahoot. It seems that everyone and their sibling is using it in my school. Any and all suggestions are welcome. Thank you in advance for your help.

I used this last year (am not teaching this year):

http://learninginhand.com/blog/quizizz

Oldie but goodie: https://www.socrative.com/
Basic Member
+2
3 years ago
Quote from Laurie Hall
Quote from eortiz@conwell-egan.org
I am look for alternatives to Kahoot. It seems that everyone and their sibling is using it in my school. Any and all suggestions are welcome. Thank you in advance for your help.

I used this last year (am not teaching this year):

http://learninginhand.com/blog/quizizz

Oldie but goodie: https://www.socrative.com/

Thank you!

The bloglink about quizizz led to a more ideas.

Again, thank you, Laurie Hall.
Basic Member
3 years ago
I have found something similar, although somewhat different than Kahoot. While the game format is similar, it offers students to work at their own pace as the question and each response is written on the color blocks. It is free, and easy to use like Kahoot. Check it out- you may like it https://quizizz.com/admin

I just finished a Webinar and am looking forward to using Flippity http://flippity.net/ which allows you to "Easily turn a Google™ Spreadsheet into a Set of Online Flashcardsand Other Cool Stuff"
Basic Member
+2
3 years ago
Quote from Joanne Allen
I have found something similar, although somewhat different than Kahoot. While the game format is similar, it offers students to work at their own pace as the question and each response is written on the color blocks. It is free, and easy to use like Kahoot. Check it out- you may like it https://quizizz.com/admin

I just finished a Webinar and am looking forward to using Flippity http://flippity.net/ which allows you to "Easily turn a Google? Spreadsheet into a Set of Online Flashcardsand Other Cool Stuff"

Wow!

Thank you for sharing all of this with us.
Full Member
+7
3 years ago
Awesome! Thank you. Can't wait to try them out
Full Member
+7
3 years ago
Quote from Joanne Allen
I have found something similar, although somewhat different than Kahoot. While the game format is similar, it offers students to work at their own pace as the question and each response is written on the color blocks. It is free, and easy to use like Kahoot. Check it out- you may like it https://quizizz.com/admin

I just finished a Webinar and am looking forward to using Flippity http://flippity.net/ which allows you to "Easily turn a Google? Spreadsheet into a Set of Online Flashcardsand Other Cool Stuff"

Super cool! Thanks for sharing it.
Basic Member
9 months ago
Quote from joreedallen@gmail.com
I have found something similar, although somewhat different than Kahoot. While the game format is similar, it offers students to work at their own pace as the question and each response is written on the color blocks. It is free, and easy to use like Kahoot. Check it out- you may like it https://quizizz.com/admin happy wheels

I just finished a Webinar and am looking forward to using Flippity http://flippity.net/ which allows you to "Easily turn a Google? Spreadsheet into a Set of Online Flashcardsand Other Cool Stuff"

Ahh Thank you for sharing all of this with us.
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