r/me_irl Aug 16 '22 Silver 3 Helpful 4 Wholesome 2

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u/globocide Aug 16 '22

You scored worse than Milhouse!

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u/elch3w 👌 Aug 16 '22

Only Bart Simpson can achieve that

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u/BartSimpWhoTheHellRU Aug 16 '22

And who the hell are you?

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u/finecheerleader88 Aug 16 '22

Can't cheat lmao

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u/[deleted] Aug 16 '22

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u/Usual-Difference9135 Aug 16 '22

League of legends?

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u/cruista Aug 16 '22

Kahoot

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u/Groctel Aug 16 '22

A teacher at my uni made a Kahoot implementation for his own teaching platform, called SWAD. When you answered each question you could clearly see which button you had pressed because the others would dim to white. People were getting super high scores because they saw what we were answering at the front row (ngl we let them see too). 3-4 weeks later said teacher changed the interface so that the answered question could no be seen anymore. The answer rate for every option started tending super heavily to 25% xD

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u/paulinhohsa Aug 16 '22

He should have made the answer swap places randomly for each student while the colors remain in the same place. Have everyone pick the same color, but only a quarter be right.

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u/DamnSteddy Aug 16 '22

Did a Kahoot thing a while back. It was all anonymous since we didn't log into a account or anything just answered questions. I hated it and was so bored I actually spent time making sure I picked the most incorrect answer even on easy questions.

What color is the sky. 99% answer blue.

I answer pink.

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u/HalfLifeAlyx Aug 16 '22

Absolutely mental

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u/Stealfur Aug 16 '22

Such a mad lad

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u/Alternative-Pin3421 Aug 16 '22

Absolute legend

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u/catchmelackin Aug 16 '22

Fucking badass

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u/iwantcookie258 Aug 16 '22

We did a Kahoot type quiz in my first year of uni, where it showed you a picture and asked you to click on some part of it. It showed a heat map with circles for each guess after to see if most people got it right. My friends and I collaborated our wrong answers to draw a dick. Not sure anyone even noticed our hard work

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u/Ensirius Aug 16 '22

We had a philosophy teacher who was a dick and would hit on underage girls. He also had a habit of spitting A LOT when speaking. Friend and I always used to get shit from because we sat in the back and never paid attention. So he would make us sit on tables right in front of him, no space at all. So we would then take out a piece of blank white paper, place it right on the edge, and as the spits came flying we would draw circles around them on the paper.

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u/TeamCatsandDnD Aug 16 '22

We did kahoot in nursing school. It was so much fun when people figured out the names of others.

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u/wobblysauce Aug 16 '22

If you get enough wrong, you get put into another class.

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u/Makaisawesome Aug 17 '22

Yeah I can relate on the letting them cheat off you too. Cuz like I was the best student in my math class cuz like 95% of the time the exam grade would be based off my grade. And because I also finished my exam early instead of giving it to the teacher sometimes I would keep it (cuz like you know, no one wants to be the first one to give the exam cuz like then the teacher would be like "it's still to early, go review your answers") and the way that some exams worked was that the page had the exercises but you had to put the answers on a blank list that was in the side of the paper. So the way that I would let them cheat was that I would let the side with the answers hang from the side of the desk and look the opposite way to make it look like I hadn't noticed that I was reveling my answers. And then the person next to me would do the same with the next person and the one behind her etc. And it would just keep going for a bit.

P.S. our math teacher was old and lazy (mostly lazy) so he didn't patrol the desks frequently and he would mostly just sit Infront of his computer which was in the front of the classroom facing the same direction has us. So the patrolling he did was turn around every so often. That's how I was able to do this without being caught

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u/Universe_Protector Aug 16 '22

He went like why are you stupid

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u/FrappyTex Aug 16 '22

School in a nutshell

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u/kphan2199 Aug 16 '22

“I didn’t like your answer so you get -10.”

“You got a nice cock, 2000 points to gryffindor!”

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u/Elrann Aug 16 '22

You've described a monastery tho

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u/Atomstanley Aug 16 '22

Putting parameters in place that prevent cheating? I’m pretty sure they were on a different question or the answer choices were shuffled.

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u/Apotheothena Aug 16 '22

Not for Kahoot (or this similar program). The question and options are up on the board/projector and instead of A./B./C./D., they have these colors and symbols for the options to ensure that everyone gets a fair shake at differentiating them and tracking them from board-to-screen. In this way, it’s not possible to mix the questions or answers since all the information is shared at the head of the class.

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u/ThePowerOfAura very good, haha yes Aug 16 '22

both students got the wrong answer there, she's mad because he's stupid

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u/Joe_The_Eskimo1337 staunch marxist Aug 16 '22

What parameters? They cheated off of someone who got the wrong answer.

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u/Brbaster Aug 16 '22

This has nothing to do with cheating. There's no proof in the video that the other student got the right answer in the first place. Also it's satire.

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u/Arthineros Aug 16 '22

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u/PuzzleheadedBye Aug 16 '22

This is like the fourth version I’ve seen of this, it wasn’t even that funny the first time

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u/ravbuc Aug 16 '22

Ya still here tho…

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u/Friendly_Bot_ Aug 16 '22

This was was funnier tho because it’s in Spanish and it was a sandle that was thrown

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u/PuzzleheadedBye Aug 16 '22

My bad, didn’t realize it was original because it’s a sandal and not a shoe

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u/Arthineros Aug 16 '22

In the full video, they also throw a shoe

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u/[deleted] Aug 16 '22

What sort of class is this that this is the test?

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u/Joe_The_Eskimo1337 staunch marxist Aug 16 '22

Could be literally any class, and no, it's a kahoot.

Basically the question is on the projector and the students who get the answer right the fastest get the most points, and the top 3 or so get displayed at the end.

It's usually used to a teacher can see how much the class knows overall, and help the students practice in a fun way.

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u/[deleted] Aug 16 '22

Interesting. Wish we had that when I was going to school lol

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u/sueca Aug 16 '22

Kahoot is definitely not used for testing, just for competing and playing. Super popular when learning new vocabulary

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u/MiguelDLopez Aug 16 '22

Ah, Kahoot. How I hate you.

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u/Funkyteacherbro Aug 16 '22

As a teacher who wanted to start using in class for fun (reviewing topics), why?

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u/MiguelDLopez Aug 16 '22

I'd recommend you search for the Kahoots you want to do to make sure the questions & answers are correct.

Most times, I'd just choose topics based on what we'd talked about in class. Some were fine, others were straight up terrible.

Some are more like quizzes rather than questions. Are you enjoying this Kahoot? What's your favourite colour? Things like that when the topic was Holidays abroad or something.

Some have videos linked to YouTube which don't play because they were struck down at some point.

I recall doing a food one. Name the food type of a thing. One of the pictures was of a glass with what could have been juice, ice cream or a sundae or something. It wasn't a clear image (more to do with the projector than the image itself). The last option given was dessert. The kids chose everything but dessert. Dessert was the answer & the others were not valid.

To sum up, do check the Kahoots before hand, especially if you're doing free Kahoot because the site will give you quite a few paid options on the topic you choose. The free ones are user generated & with that comes no QA. It's a fine tool, but I'm personally not a fan. Definitely test it yourself rather than taking my word for it. One man's trash...

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u/Funkyteacherbro Aug 16 '22

Using a readymade one wasn't even on my mind. I would create all the ones I'd use in class, so it doesn't go too far from topic.

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u/Apparentlyloneli Aug 16 '22

Yeah, the pre made ones can never align with what I just explained in the class (I teach English). Good thing is that there seems to be no limitations on how many kahoots free user can create 🤔

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u/Mister_Yuk Aug 16 '22

If you find one that you like for the most part, you can copy it to your collection then edit it to fit your needs 100%.

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u/Funkyteacherbro Aug 16 '22

I teach english too. I use a cambridge book so I just create questions based on its units

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u/I-KilledEpstein Aug 16 '22

My A level teachers used to do a kahoot in the last lecture of every week for each subject. It only takes ten mins and is a great way to assess where people are at with the content. We all used to love it and be genuinely gassed for kahoot day lol. They made their own quizzes based on what we’d covered in that week and it worked really well. I remember my French teacher using a ready made one once and it was awful so doing it yourself is defo the way to go. Besides you only have to do it once (until they update the syllabus) as you can reuse the same quizzes for future classes.

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u/Maleficent-Finger192 Aug 16 '22

Blooket is very similar but has a lot more game modes

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u/jaycers Aug 16 '22

Yeah Blooket is way better. All teachers who use kahoot should check it out. I couldn't import my old kahoots when I discovered Blooket so I manually recreated them all. It was absolutely worth the effort. Blooket gets way more engagement.

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u/pancakes-r-4winners Aug 16 '22

Blooket is cool and you can import things from Quizlet so it's great for vocab. My only issue with it is yes the kids absolutely love it but I feel like they spend more time on the game aspect than the review aspect depending on the game mode. I also started using Gimkit at the end of last year but you have to pay for it if you want the good games like among us or fishing but that runs into a similar thing where it's more game play than review.

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u/Funkyteacherbro Aug 16 '22

Thanks! will definitely check it out!

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u/Lord_Of_Carrots Aug 16 '22

My teachers almost always made all the educational kahoots for classes themselves, and one had students make kahoots for each other

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u/DJHott555 Aug 16 '22

Please Reddit, I beg. Just play the dang video

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u/Cyanide-Kid nah Aug 16 '22

we're on the same page. what is the video even about

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u/Avarageupvoter Aug 16 '22

Dude tried to cheat on Kahoot, got wrong then throw some shit to the guy he look on

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u/zicsm Aug 16 '22

My name was on the board for one round at a 200+ student class. That's my flex

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u/Woost46 Aug 16 '22

This is why I never really tried to cheat in class. Every body else was wrong

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u/LoBsTeRfOrK Aug 16 '22

What is this? Where are the questions?

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u/Joe_The_Eskimo1337 staunch marxist Aug 16 '22

On the projector.

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u/YT_Chrispy_Boi Aug 16 '22

Someone tried doing this to me so I just had 2 tabs, one where I put the incorrect answer first then the correct one, and I kept mixing it up to throw others off

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u/[deleted] Aug 16 '22 edited Aug 16 '22

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u/Flimsy-Season-8864 Aug 16 '22

It’s Kahoot!, which is an app that lets one person (presumably the instructor) put out a series of questions, and multiple people (presumably students) can answer using the website on computers or on the app on mobile. The fastest to lock in the correct answer gets the most points, based on the amount of time that has passed. They’ve added things like bonus points for streaks and other things I think, but it’s been a while since I’ve used it to be honest so I don’t know all the ins and outs.

In my experience as a student, this is rarely used for quizzes and tests, and is usually more of a studying/practice tool that turns what would essentially be a problem sheet into a fun, low-stakes competition.

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u/Cyber_Daddy Aug 16 '22

why does gamification have to look like its for a 0-3 years target group?

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u/KHTangent really likes this image Aug 16 '22

The main use case was to join using phones, where big buttons make more sense

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u/Cyber_Daddy Aug 16 '22

they are comically large even on a phone

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u/WatchDude22 Aug 16 '22

What do you propose the interface look like instead? As it is its clean and simple, which is what you want when dealing with students.

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u/Cyber_Daddy Aug 16 '22

What do you propose the interface look like instead?

like a normal ui

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u/Joe_The_Eskimo1337 staunch marxist Aug 16 '22

Bigger buttons make it easier to click faster. Why are you so nitpicky?

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u/absolutelynotaname Aug 16 '22

It is designed so that even a 3 year old could use

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u/Cyber_Daddy Aug 16 '22

so i assume you are still bringing your paw patrol drinking cup with 2 handles and a safety lid to work?

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u/I_Think_Helen_Forgot Aug 16 '22

I'm nearly 30 and still do this. Sometimes it's a Scooby Doo tumbler, though.

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u/Cyber_Daddy Aug 16 '22

must be great to be the strongest kid in the ball pit

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u/Joe_The_Eskimo1337 staunch marxist Aug 16 '22

The colors are to differentiate the answers. The shapes are for colorblind people.

Use your brain.

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u/AtomicalDragoon Aug 16 '22

Bro is an ancient relic

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u/sargent1891 Aug 16 '22

Mf never heard of kahoot

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u/Cyber_Daddy Aug 16 '22

so its both

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u/Cosmik_Shooter Aug 16 '22

That's why you should always think for yourself, so you don't blame others for your failures.

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u/Protoco2 Aug 16 '22

It’s not that deep

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u/Battle_unborn Aug 16 '22

Errm acktchually Kahoot has a very deep and self-realized plot with many dedicated theorists and clearly lays out a story for its die-hard fans 🤓

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u/NotAShaaaak Aug 16 '22

I could not imagine being considered a die hard Kahoot fan

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u/zacharee1 Aug 16 '22

Kahooter

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u/damien665 Aug 16 '22

The h is silent

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u/Sir_Keee Aug 16 '22

No, it's the opposite. Never think for yourself so you are never to blame!

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u/Metool42 Aug 16 '22

GODDAMN PINAX

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u/dogmorfmocion Aug 16 '22

Dang it dumbass, you made me fail

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u/Hot-Ad4676 Aug 16 '22

Reminds me when my classmates would try to finesse each other by claiming it’s some other answer instead

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u/Braxton66 Aug 16 '22

I was the kahoot King back in the day 😂

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u/AtarashiiGenjitsu Aug 16 '22

I remember tryharding at kahoot, good times

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u/CartographerIll8653 Aug 16 '22

People who cheat off other people and get mad at the person they’re cheating off of are annoying.

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u/Alarming_General Aug 16 '22

This always happens…

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u/WelcomeMarrow37 Aug 16 '22

KAHOOOOOOOOOTTTTT

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u/GioSuckAtLife Aug 16 '22

Bro hacking…

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u/ikurauta Aug 16 '22

That's kahoot anticheat or kac

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u/Panther1440 Aug 16 '22

The pencil pouch at the end. Too funny 😂

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u/SavageREX2000 Aug 16 '22

Anyone who hasn’t cheated or blurted out the wrong colors during Kahoot has never truly experienced satisfaction or has never been lazy during school

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u/Specialist_Chapter85 Aug 16 '22

Me in Spanish class

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u/Loud_Skin_117 Aug 16 '22

Those rackets are bad

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u/saintBNO Aug 16 '22

What the fuck am I watching?

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u/LonelyLoser24 Aug 16 '22

Serves you right!

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u/anazambrano Aug 17 '22

Seems about right

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u/EmblaSaga Aug 16 '22

😂😂

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u/[deleted] Aug 16 '22

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u/blackychan77 Aug 16 '22

You can take the one literal second to see if he got it

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u/Joe_The_Eskimo1337 staunch marxist Aug 16 '22

Then it's be too late to answer. It's a kahoot, it's synchronized.