- — Steph at Kahoot! (@KahootSteph)Thu, Jun 23 2016 01:02:57
- — Amber McCormick (@EdTechAmber)Thu, Jun 23 2016 01:04:15
- — Ben Creech (@bcreech01)Thu, Jun 23 2016 01:06:24A1: Collaboration is getting ideas from other T's, no matter the content area or age group. We can all learn from each other. #KahootChat
- — Miss B (Christie) (@PsychTeachLove)Thu, Jun 23 2016 01:08:57A1: #KahootChat Collaboration needs to occur S to S, T to T, T to S, as grade level teams, from school to public library, & with community.
- — Knikole Taylor (@knikole)Thu, Jun 23 2016 01:10:13A1. Allowing many voices to share in teaching and learning #KahootChat https://twitter.com/GetKahoot/status/745784774984347648 …
- — Amber McCormick (@EdTechAmber)Thu, Jun 23 2016 01:13:19In the process of building a coding/robotics curriculum that allows Ss to collaborate together and go into lower grades to teach #kahootchat
#KahootChat — Collaboration Inside (and outside) The Classrooom
Highlights from the #KahootChat on collaboration that was created to amp up our efforts at #ISTE2016. There was plenty of amazing insight — we learned a lot while we were hosting and hope others did as well!