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Getting Started with Flipgrid for Digital Learning

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Duration: 30 minutes

Learn how to use Flipgrid, a free video discussion tool from Microsoft, to help you teach remotely – or just infuse more technology into your traditional classroom! In Flipgrid, you can post discussion prompts and your students can respond using short videos – and we will show you how in this step-by-step getting started Webinar. With a little of your educator creativity, you can also leverage Flipgrid to start preparing your students for end of year, high stakes assessments. You'll become a Pro in just 30 minutes, thanks to expert trainer Dr. Samantha Fecich.

Dr. Samantha Fecich teaches preservice teachers (future teachers) at Grove City College in Grove City, Pennsylvania. She has the honor and the pleasure of working with them in their courses related to educational technology and special education. Samantha enjoys impacting students that she will never get to meet through the work of her preservice educators. Samantha is also the author of two books designed to support the new and future educator; EduMagic: A Guide for Preservice Teachers, which gives teachers a road map to become an educator of excellence during the college career, and EduMagic Shine On: A Guide for New Teachers, which is designed to help a beginning teacher thrive during their first year of teaching. In addition, Samantha is also the host of the EduMagic Podcast, which is designed with new teachers in mind. This podcast shines a light on the work of future teachers. It is a lot of fun!

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When we encourage our students to think critically and have more meaningful, rich discourse with classmates, we highlight their true understanding of mathematics and additionally help uncover any misconceptions they may have developed around mathematic concepts.

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