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'Have a Hoot with Kahoot!'

Come and learn to Kahoot! Enjoy this refreshingly interactive game format that will capture the competitive side of workshop participants and leave them on the edge of their seat!Kahoot is a free, game-based learning platform that can be used as an introductory activity or an assessment tool. Teachers have found many creative ways to use Kahoot to introduce, teach or reinforce concepts in all content areas. We will demonstrate how to use this fun and engaging technology with Journey 2050. We will further share how easily you can create and use Kahoot for your own classrooms or workshops!

Mini-Workshop Session (activity should be easily demonstrated in 20 minutes and will be repeated 3 times on Friday)
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Jill Vigesaa
Email: jill.vigesaa@gmail.com
Speaker Order: 1
Author Order: 1
Person Type: Point of Contact,Primary Presenter
Biosketch: Jill Vigesaa has worked with North Dakota Soil Conservation Districts as an Education Coordinator for many years. Twenty-eight years ago, Jill developed an award winning series of educational programs called The Regional Environmental Education Series, designed for classroom presentations. This program educates over 30,000 students each year with over 500 presentations. She became involved with Project Food, Land & People, serving on the National Board and facilitating AITC workshops with Ginger Deitz in North Dakota. Ginger and Jill currently facilitate top rated FLP Workshops across the state. Jill was the first recipient of the National Ag Advocate Award.
Organization/Affiliation: North Dakota Farm Bureau
Virginia Deitz
Email: deitzv@gmail.com
Speaker Order: 2
Author Order: 1
Person Type: Presenter 2
Biosketch: Virginia (Ginger) Deitz is a retired teacher from Fargo, North Dakota after 41 years of teaching at the elementary level. She continues as an instructor for the Department of Distance and Continuing Education at North Dakota State University, and facilitates Project Food, Land & People Workshops for educators with Jill Vigesaa. She is also a frequent presenter for water festivals across the state, and has a long list of awards for her educational efforts with Project WET. Ginger is a former North Dakota Teacher of the Year, and received a National Excellence in Teaching About Agriculture National Award in 2010.
Organization/Affiliation: North Dakota Ag in the Classroom