Seeing the potential of one of my students in 6th Grade Maths, Varun Munagala, who is keen in programming and coding, so I lent her my Makey-Makey. He turned it into a Mario Yoga controller!

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## Tech Update#7

*Kahoot! is a free game-based learning platform that makes it fun to learn – any subject, in any language, on any device, for all ages!*

## We live by PRINCIPLES not by Rules

**Grade 6 Maths: We live by PRINCIPLES not by rules!**

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Seeing the potential of one of my students in 6th Grade Maths, Varun Munagala, who is keen in programming and coding, so I lent her my Makey-Makey. He turned it into a Mario Yoga controller!

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We have been using Kahoot in Maths as an interactive Assessment for Learning and these are what we have to say about Kahoot:

- The reason why I like kahoot is — it’s a fun way to test your knowledge without taking a test
- I love Kahoot! because it is a fun way of learning math. It helps us learn much better than if we were all using textbooks and notebooks.
- It teaches me to do problems quickly since there is a time limit.
- I love Kahoot because it is interesting and it is fun with all the classmates competing with each other.
- It helps me in maths to calculate in my mind quickly because of the time limit and also to practice what I learnt.
- Kahoot is the most fun and competitive Math game that I have ever played that stayed on topic and it has a whole lot different Math topics.

Soon after the Leadership Workshop conducted by Kevin Bartlett, we adapted the same strategy of living by *principles and not by rules.* We abolished the long lists of rules that were difficult to remember and developed principles instead. We came up with 3 Principles: