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Game On Tutorial: Flipgrid for Reacting

  • January 27, 2021
  • 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Zoom
  • 25


  • For those who are not yet members of the Reacting Consortium

Registration is closed

In this Flipgrid tutorial, we'll share how to use Flipgrid to support your Reacting class. This session will go beyond the overview, and share practical tips on setting up and using your Flipgrid, as well as encouraging and advising student engagement on the platform. There will also be time for questions, and for help setting up your own space. Professors Thompson and Lawrence will speak from their experience using Flipgrid to keep the conversation going in both asynchronous and synchronous classes. 

You'll learn:
Why you may wish to use Flipgrid (a simple, free, and accessible video discussion platform) for your classes
The basics of how to set up and organize your Flipgrid 
How to introduce your students to Flipgrid, and ensure comfort and engagement 
How to use Flipgrid for grading 

Mark Thompson, California State University, Stanislaus 
Jonathan D Lawrence, Canisius College


$15 for members; $30 for non-members
Become a Reacting Consortium member! 

60 Minutes

To learn more about how to set up and use these platforms, check out our other events.

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