There are many ways to support student-teacher communication in classrooms. Giving students space to communicate privately. Helping students verbalize their thinking. Providing one-on-one instruction. Is it just us, or are these things all educators hope to do in their classrooms? Fortunately, all of these best practices can be handled with one of our favorite tools: Flipgrid. It’s free for educators everywhere and gets better every day. Not only can educators use Flipgrid for communication, they can also use it for teaching. Create a mini-lesson with voice and handwriting. Model how to use technology tools for kids. The sky’s the limit when we think about all that is possible when we select that big red Record button! There is more to learn in this timely playlist of quick tip videos hosted by the amazing Stacey Roshan. We’re so pleased to feature her work in this week’s Sunday 7.
Select the image to view the YouTube playlist and watch this series to learn new ways to use Flipgrid!
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