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FlipGrid is a fantastic way to connect with students.  Basically you set up a question for them and they respond with a video.  Beyond basics, there are a ton of ways to get creative and have some fun as you get better at it.

Getting Started

  1. Head to FlipGrid.com and create an account using your school email.
  2. Create a “grid” for students
  3. Make sure their email address domain is set up properly.  It might be different than you email domain.  For example: students.publicschool.org
  4. Copy the link and send it out however you like: Email, Google Classroom, PowerSchool Learning, SeeSaw, etc.,
  5. Quick learning guide 
  6. Full educator guide

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