Mission Monday –
YOU ARE ALL AMAZING! KEEP IT UP!
7 Habits Student Video – We are replaying a new episode this week: LINK
Great Articles, Graphics, and Videos To Check Out!
Google Keep is now in our G. Suite for EDU – https://keep.google.com
- Personalize Google Keep for You and Your Students
- Google Keep CHEAT SHEET for Teachers and Students – FREE DOWNLOAD
- 15 Ways for Students to Use Google Keep [infographic]
Class Baseball – REVIEW GAME TEMPLATE
Tweet of the Week: Click the link in the tweet to be taken to the link:
— Carmel Clay Schools (@myccs) April 28, 2017
— Jill Conrad (@JillConny) April 30, 2017
— Eric Curts (@ericcurts) April 29, 2017
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Flipgrid.com and the Flipgrid iOS and Android apps facilitate the collection and sharing of video responses. Flipgrid One, which is the free version, enables teachers to set up one Grid with an unlimited number of Topics. You can also have an unlimited number of student responses. Here’s how it works: The teacher (a.k.a. administrator) adds a new Topic within a Grid. The Topic includes a title, description/question, and an optional stimulus video. Students access the Topic through the Topic’s web link or through its unique Response Code. Students can record video within Flipgrid or upload an existing video. Videos in Flipgrid One are limited to 90 seconds. Students also get to take a photo that will be used as their video’s thumbnail. After a student adds a response, the teacher must approve it before it is publicly visible. With Notify Me turned on in the Grid’s settings, an email will be sent to the administrator each time a new video is added. With it’s ease of use, Flipgrid is being used in education to collect and share things like reflections, reading responses, advice, exit tickets, and reports.