Strategies for Using Flipgrid to Engage Students

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Flipgrid is becoming increasingly popular for use in the classroom due to its interactive nature and similarity to widely used social media platforms. Faculty first create groups or classes on the site for students to join. They then create topic cards that provide prompts to which students respond by shooting webcam videos of up to five minutes. Once students respond, other students in the group can view the videos and respond to their classmates through video or text.

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