I like Kahoot and google forms
Kahoot- I created a quiz and previewed. I am sure the students will really enjoy playing . I have heard great comments from colleagues in the Middle School about the app. Using Kahoot will enable students to easily memorize vocab and verb conjugations. The problem we discussed in class regarding the timed activity being challenging for IEP students perhaps could be overcome by creating small teams that would compete against one another.
I started using Quizlet with my sixth graders.
It is an app that allows students and or teachers to create flashcards .
The students can also play games using the facts they learned. They can also compete against each other. The feature that works really well for LOTE is the audio component.
here it is www.google.com
The kids at the high school really liked short 10 question beginning of class refresher quizzes and I like the idea of teams!
I have used kahoot before. If everyone had access to a device, I could see using it with my intermediate students. I have also seen kahoot used at conferences. I use google forms often. Not necessarily with my students but with my staff. Another great tool that I have used that requires access to a cell phone called poll everywhere. It is great to ask one question and to see responses in real time. Based on what I have access too, next year. I would definitely use kahoot for my review lessons.
I have used each of those as well and each one serves a different purpose - I do like kahoot in the classroom and they can be shared with other teachers as well making it more manageable.
I am going to try kahoot. I believe that it will be a great method to check for understanding. I searched though questions about physics and there a number of good questions that I can use without reinventing the wheel.
Using technology is integral in every classroom. There is opportunity for learning that can exist with endless possibilities thanks to the efforts of technology.