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“Play For All” programme sees Kahoot! launch neurodiversity and inclusion collection

In collaboration with the LEGO Foundation “Play for All” accelerator programme, supported by nasen, Kahoot!’s new “Uniting Minds” collection of learning games and lesson plans explores what it means to be neurodivergent and how society can foster inclusivity for all. The Uniting Minds collection, now available for free, represents the official launch of the “Kahoot! for All” initiative. This new initiative was funded by the LEGO Foundation through Kahoot!’s participation in their inaugural Play for All Accelerator, a program with a mission to support neurodivergent children by catalysing innovation in playful learning.

Through this initiative, Kahoot! is striving to inspire educators, students, parents, and EdTech developers to build an understanding for neurodiversity and how we can practice inclusion in the classroom, at home, and beyond.

“We want to help all learners unleash their learning potential, which starts with recognizing the unique strengths, needs, and perspectives of each individual and all kinds of minds,” said Louisa Rosenheck, Director of Learning Design at Kahoot!. “Through these resources, we hope to start more conversations in the classroom, helping neurodivergent students to feel seen, and creating an inclusive space where all learners can grow and flourish.”

The collection of ready-to-use learning games can support educators to elevate their social-emotional learning lessons on empathy and perspective taking. Learners can explore topics including autism and ADHD, recognizing similarities and differences, and how students can practice supportive friendship. The collection also includes a group of kahoots called “This is me,” uplifting the voices of neurodivergent students as they share their stories and insights.

To spark conversations and deeper learning, Kahoot! is offering lesson plans for select learning games in the collection, including prompts for reflection and discussion, and additional activities. These free teacher resources can also help educators expand their understanding of neurodiversity and guide them through introducing these topics in the classroom.