As a former Kindergarten teacher, I know that germs are everywhere. The last thing I wanted to do was catch a fever. In my current role, there is a tool that I would love to share, watch spread, and catch on as a full-blown fever! Yes, I have #flipgridfever!
I know this isn't a new tool and I have used it for a little over a year now, but only with administrators and teachers. I want to see this tool in the hands of our students! So I planned an after-school training with teachers to show them how to use the tool and more importantly, how to use it effectively within a lesson. To entice them to join me, I always provide some sort of snack, but I also created Flipgrid recording "studios" based on an idea that I saw on Twitter:
I'm thankful to Flipgrid for sharing customizable, pre-made training materials on their site! The Slides deck from my training session is linked on my Trainings page at www.techykilgore.com/trainings.html. Check it out for a list of ideas on how to implement Flipgrid based on the grade level you teach!
Comment below and tell me how you are using Flipgrid in your classroom. I would love to hear your ideas!
Keeping it Techy,
Instructional Technology Coordinator by title but really just a teacher looking for a classroom to make a difference! Not only sharing EdTech tools, but sharing my thoughts, feelings and the great things happening in public education.
The opinions expressed in the posts on the Getting Techy with Kilgore Blog are solely those of Heather Kilgore and do not reflect the opinions of her employers.