The CIA Review
Office of Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment
Edition 2 September 28, 2015
Spotlight on Strategies
This strategy provides scaffolding that helps students look for and remember key ideas about information presented in a video segment. It also provides a conversation structure for debriefing with classmates and reporting out, in small groups or as whole group.
Link to pdf that explain how to use this strategy.
Watch the video below to see how the strategy can be used in the classroom.
Kahoots are best played in a group setting, like a classroom. Players answer on their own devices, while games are displayed on a shared screen to unite the lesson – creating a ‘campfire moment’ – encouraging players to look up.
Social learning promotes discussion and pedagogical impact… whether players are in the same room or on the other side of the globe! After a game, encourage players to create and share their own kahoots to deepen understanding, mastery and purpose.
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