Flipgrid Resources and Tips
Flipgrid Essential Understandings
Grid = classroom or learning community.
Adjust any security/privacy settings and customize the look of the Grid. Create a Grid for each class, school-wide, or a global connection!
Topics = discussion questions or prompts.
Topics are created within a grid. Topics can simply be text-based or include a resource such as image, video, giphy, emoji, and attachment.
Flipgrid Inspiration - Getting Started
Looking for more inspiration? Check out these resources:
- The Flipgrid Blog outlines the latests features and updates.
- Explore the Flipgrid Topic Discovery Library to share and find topic templates.
- This article from Karly Moura on 15 Ways to Use Flipgrid in Your Classroom
- Check out the Flipgrid Unplugged Webinars
- Download Ambassadors Karly Moura and Sean Fahey’s Educator’s Guide to Flipgrid
- This post from Matt Miller explores digital brain dumps using Flipgrid
- Connect with other classrooms with #GridPals
- Search #FlipgridFever on Twitter
- Reach out to our Flipgrid Ambassadors for advice
- Scroll through these articles and infographics
- Explore the Flipgrid Emoji Reaction Guide by Sean Fahey
Flipgrid Resources and Help - Engaging Student Voice
- Teacher and Student Guides
- Searchable Help Center
- Flipgrid Blog
- Flipgrid Twitter
- Flipgrid help for Students & Parents
- Flipgrid YouTube Channel
- Flipgrid Response Cheat Sheet
This resource is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Please connect with us (Steve Wick @WickedEdTech or Melissa Wilson (@MrsWilson NV ) to share additional resources or to learn more.