Flipgrid has been a hit whenever I have demonstrated it in a workshop or conference presentation during the last year. Flipgrid is a fantastic service for collecting video responses to prompts that you pose to your students. The basic idea behind Flipgrid is that it enables you to post a video prompt and then have your students respond through video by using the webcams in their laptops or through the cameras on their smartphones or tablets. All responses are collected and displayed in a grid format. Watch the following video and learn how to start using Flipgrid to gather video feedback.
Here are the week’s most popular posts from FreeTech4Teachers.com:
1. Five Tools for Creating Animations on Chromebooks
2. A Tip for Unorganized Google Drive Users Like Me
3. Music Crab – A Cute App for Learning to Read Music
4. Three Sites That Help Students Compare the Size of Countries and States
5. Chemistry in Slow Motion
6. Updated Menus and Toolbars Coming to Google Docs and Slides
7. PuppetMaster – A Great App for Creating Animated Movies
This week more people became members of the Practical Ed Tech Coaching Groupand a few new people got started on Teaching History With Technology. Discounted group registration is now available for both courses.
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