Of all the mathematical Standards for Practice, the third is the most challenging for teachers faced with teaching mathematics online. Facilitating student communication and providing a means for our kids to construct arguments, critique the arguments of others and explain their thinking can seem to be impossible when we’re all not in the same room.
Used effectively, FlipGrid can provide a channel for student communication and open up new possibilities for remote classrooms. In this course you’ll learn how to:
- set up a Flipgrid account.
- create your first assignment(s) to get your students familiar with FlipGrid.
- create various assignment types for your students.
- Lesson ideas for teaching mathematics using Flipgrid
FlipGrid has become one of the most popular tools for student interaction and expression. Learning how to use it will improve your online instruction and engage you and your students!