I chose to use google forms as well as well as Kahoot. I chose google forms because I had previously completed a professional development where I learned more about it and wanted to explore it more. I chose Kahoot because it looked fun and engaging for my students.
I tried both of these tools with my students and they both produced great results. The google forms was a great way to assess my students learning and allowed me to provide quick and efficient feedback to them. For Kahoot my students LOVED IT!!! They were super engaged and it almost felt like it was a game instead of a learning opportunity. They keep asking to play it every day! The one disappointment about Kahoot is that there is a word limit to the questions. You also can’t copy and paste pictures and graphs for math. However, there is a HUGE amount of already created resources.