Description

Overview:
This handout is an instructional guide for teachers who want to set up a Flipgrid account.
Subject:
Educational Technology
Level:
Upper Primary, Middle School, High School, Graduate / Professional
Grades:
Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Author:
Date Added:
10/10/2019
License:
Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike
Language:
English
Media Format:
Downloadable docs, Text/HTML

Comments

Joshua Miller
on Jun 01, 07:24am Evaluation

NC.DLCT.DCI.1: Strong (2)

This is not a lesson plan but a set of instructions on how to create something that could be used in a lesson.

Joshua Miller
on Jun 01, 07:24am Evaluation

Engagement: Strong (2)

This resource promotes critical thinking (and/or communication, collaboration, creativity), because it includes the ability of a student to add their thoughts so that everyone is heard to enhance content and instruction.

Joshua Miller
on Jun 01, 07:24am Evaluation

Purpose: Strong (2)

This resource has valuable technology features, but needs to include a lesson plan to enhance content and instruction

Joshua Miller
on Jun 01, 07:24am Evaluation

Reliability: Superior (3)

This resource is reliable on all platforms thus creating equity as long as their is internet connectivity.

Joshua Miller
on Jun 01, 07:24am Evaluation

Accessibility: Limited (1)

This resource can be modified for learners with cognitive (and/or developmental, physical) disabilities by allowing those that need modifications to do so. Being on the Internet makes it accessible to all as long as their device has the proper modifications.

Angela Causby on Dec 09, 09:31am

*I am a SLMC and I love using flipgrid, so this is a great resource for those wishing to utilize it.
* No information literacy strategies are integrated.
*Collaboration could be added.
*This could be a great tool for PD when trying to explain Flipgrid. Flipgrid is an easy way to incorporate digital tools into a lesson.

CAROL MCFADDEN on Dec 08, 05:43pm

This is a directional resource for teachers to use in order to set up a FlipGrid account.
*No informational literacy strategies are integrated in subject matter
*Collaboration between SLMC and teacher could be added
*Flipgrid is a technology that students can use for organization as well as sharing.

AMANDA VERNON on Dec 08, 03:46pm

This resource is not a lesson but an explanation as to how to set up flip grid to use with your class.
If someone has not used flipgrid before this is a good resource to help them get started.
No information literacy strategies are integrated in subject content.
Collaboration between SLMC & teachers can be added.
This resource could be used by a SLMC to introduce Flipgrid to a class for a teacher.

Tiffany Williams on Dec 06, 07:41pm

I have not personally used Flipgrid, but upper school students in my school use it in Technology class and they love it!

No information literacy strategies are integrated in subject content

Collaboration between SLMC & teachers can be added

While this resource does not offer a particular lesson, this resource is a starting point for a great collaboration opportunity between a classroom Teacher and an SLMC as content meets information literacy skills.

There is a great opportunity for SLMCs to deliver PD for Teachers on how they can DIY Flipgrid in their lessons. There is a large opportunity for SLMCs to collaborate with Teachers incorporating Flipgrid into a fun, technology-filled lesson. This resource is easy to follow and can easily be used as a template for teachers to get started with Flipgrid.

BEVERLY LITKE on Dec 06, 04:14pm

I am a K-5 SLMC and I love Flipgrid!
* No information literacy strategies are integrated in subject content since this is a PD resource.
* Collaboration between SLMC & teachers can be added with implementation of Flipgrid into lessons.
* Strengths: Great resource for PD session or as a stand-alone document for reference. Very clear directions with helpful illustrations. Flipgrid is a great way to allow students to use technology to present answers and opinions, and interact with peers.
*Opportunities: This could include suggested lesson ideas. Flipgrid can be used on the website, but the app must be downloaded to use on mobile devices. Could present issues for some districts/schools.

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