This week’s Wednesday Wesbite was shared by elementary lead teacher, Kristin Smith. She shared Gimkit, a work-at-your-own-pace type game play. Unlike Kahoot, students work at their own pace. They earn certain rewards as they answer questions correctly. Usually, this is in the form of fake “money” that students can spend to get upgrades during gameplay. For students to participate, they need their own iPad or laptop. However, students can play individually or as teams. The free version includes five free kits, or games. Perhaps most importantly, teachers have a special live view so they can monitor how students are doing. Happy Gimkitting!