Learning Flipgrid

In my last post I celebrated my success of getting Flipgrid set up, creating a group and adding my students. Today was another success as my students were able to add their first videos. They were able to login independently, use their headphones to record their video, and watch other students’ videos.

In the coming days, I look forward to figuring out how to share our videos with @Farris0120‘s class. I also look forward to watching their videos. I know I still have much more Flipgrid to learn.

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  1. Chris, awesome to hear that things are rolling in the right direction with Flipgrid. I was first introduced to Flipgrid at a conference in Banff with Penny Kittle. Penny Kittle and Kelly Gallagher have done some really cool flipgrid activities to connect their classes. The use of flipgrid is connecting and engaging students about their reading and writing. Looking forward to following this journey and hearing about student responses.

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