- Flipgrid is an online video discussion platform that helps educators see and hear from every student in class and foster a fun and supportive social learning environment.
- Educators post discussion topics and students respond with short videos.
- Educators can provide feedback to students and students also can provide comments to peers.
- A Shared Topic Discovery Library is available to users (educators) to explore ideas shared by educators across the globe.
- Students build and strengthen social learning communities as they discuss their ideas and experiences with their peers.
|Options for Topic Resource and Topic Attachments|
|Providing feedback to a student|
|A student’s reponse with whiteboard|
Literature and other sources
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