Red and friends know a thing or two about channeling their anger and using it for good. It’s only fitting that the Angry Birds are sharing their anger management lessons in a continuation of Rovio’s partnership with Kahoot! Starting today, one new anger management-themed learning game will debut per week for the next seven weeks on Kahoot! Academy, the knowledge platform and online community for educators, professionals and learners.
This latest batch of Kahoot! games are created with the help of a psychology consultant to teach users how to control their emotions, respond to situations, and use their anger for positive change! Check out the Angry Birds Anger Management Collection on Kahoot! here to try for yourself.
“After a successful collaboration to raise awareness around climate change, we’re excited to continue our amazing partnership with the Kahoot! team” said Stephen Porter, Brand Director at Rovio Entertainment. “Dealing with anger in constructive, useful ways has always been a core theme for Red and all the Angry Birds, and this partnership will help us share those lessons in a fun way with the world!”
Dealing with anger in constructive, useful ways has always been a core theme for Red and all the Angry BirdsStephen Porter, Brand Director at Rovio Entertainment
“At Kahoot!, our goal is to empower everyone to reach their full learning potential, and we believe that starting with your emotions and building a healthy mindset is key,” said Craig Narveson, Director of Strategic Partnerships at Kahoot!. “We’re excited to be working together with Rovio Entertainment to support professionals and corporate teams around the world in learning how to tackle challenges, solve problems and build emotional resilience, all while having fun playing engaging learning games!”
The continued partnership with Kahoot! reinforces Rovio’s commitment to education, building on a previous partnership with UNICEF Finland to support UNICEF’s global education work. Rovio and Kahoot! also joined forces to educate students on the importance of climate change. To see the previous learning games on the platform, visit the Kahoot! Angry Birds page.