Kahoot! Announces Collaboration With NASA to Amplify Engagement in STEM Learning

Kahoot!’s Collection of Engaging Space-Themed Learning Content on Kahoot! Academy Will Help Educators and Explorers Around the World Expand Their Knowledge of the Universe, as Well as Spark Curiosity About NASA’s Discoveries That Have Transformed Our Understanding of the Cosmos, and Influenced Life on Earth.

Today, Kahoot!, a global learning platform company, announced it is collaborating with NASA, America’s civil space program and the global leader in space exploration.

Kahoot! will offer a unique collection of ready-to-use STEM experiences on Kahoot! Academy, the global knowledge platform, online community and premium content marketplace on Kahoot!. These collections support next-level engagement in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

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Kahoot! will distribute this collection of STEM resources for free to more than 9 million educators and hundreds of millions of participating students in over 200 countries.

“At Kahoot@!, curiosity is one of our core values, so we are delighted to announce our collaboration with NASA to inspire learners and space enthusiasts of all ages to be curious, reach for the stars and explore the universe,” said Eilert Hanoa, CEO at Kahoot!. “By launching these collections of learning content, we’re excited to offer educators and learners worldwide a new way to ignite engagement as they discover the world of STEM.”

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The collection was launched on the same day as a NASA STEM-A-THON event hosted by the agency’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland on November 18.

The first kahoots of the collection—exploring space travel history and technology, NASA’s Artemis missions to the moon and more—are now available for free on Kahoot! Academy. More content to engage learners in STEM will be launched in the coming weeks, with over one hundred unique experiences to be offered over the course of the collaboration.

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