Kahoot is an educational web-site and a mobile app that is revolutionizing the way teachers teach and student learn. It is a classroom response system which creates an engaging learning space through game-based digital pedagogy. For the creation of Kahoot, Morgen Versvik in an attempt to get his Master’s degree at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), conducted a research that later turned out to be the foundations of Kahoot. Ever since 2013, his Master’s degree work has been played by over 50 million people from around the world.
Kahoot is designed as a learning platform for both students and teachers (educators). This Norwegian product is now used in hundreds and thousands of schools across the United States, as it plays out like a TV or a video game that engages the whole class. Teachers can create surveys, discussions and quizzes with any device and become game hosts on the class, introducing multiple-choice quizzes on any subject. When introduced with a question, students have about 30 seconds to choose an answer on their laptops, tablets or smartphones. The faster they click, the more points they earn.
Although creating surveys and taking quizzes could provide a wonderful social experience, Kahoot is not a social media tool. The game-like features of Kahoot are largely responsible for its fast growth, along with its easy-to-use interface that can turn you into an addict so quickly. Needless to say, Kahoot provides an excellent break-out from the traditional classroom activities.
How Do You Get Started?
To get started with Kahoot, all you need is your smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer and a Kahoot account. You can tie your Kahoot account to your Google account (whether private or business) for ease of signing in for later use. The account details you enter for yourself are crucial, so make sure you enter accurately. Depending on the previous steps, Kahoot will ask you for some additional details, such as date of birth, school, university, company or organization, password and, of course, username!
Many kids who go through all the usual steps of creating a Kahoot account with the speed of The Flash get really slow when they get to the point of creating their Kahoot alias, lacking ideas that will both be appropriate for their teachers and cool enough for their gang. Since you can share games with your friends on the platform, funny Kahoot names do matter and having a distinguishable one can easily make you the coolest kid of the class. The funny names for people on Kahoot must be 6 to 20 characters long and they can contain letters, numbers and underscores only.
Since we understand how hard it can be to come up with a unique, representative and appropriate username for your Kahoot account, we’ve complied a list of Kahoot name ideas that can surely get your creativity juices flowing. Since many inappropriate Kahoot names were banned from the platform, rest assure that you won’t find any of such kind and plenty of the opposite kind. But our list of funny Kahoot names is not for students only – we have a few suggestions and ideas for teachers too! With no further ado, here are some of the best Kahoot nicknames you can find on the Internet.
The Best Kahoot Nicknames for Students
The Best Kahoot Nicknames for Teachers