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  • Kahoot gamifies American education
  • Kahoot gamifies American education
    Brad Flickinger (2016) ©
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Kahoot gamifies American education

Between lofty career ambitions and tough competition among peers, students are feeling the strain, with research finding that American Gen Zers are overwhelmingly unhappy. Hoping to make the learning experience more fun, Kahoot is an educational app that’s being adopted in classrooms.

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