Flipgrid for student-student collaboration and feedback

Use Flipgrid as a forum for students to respond to and build off other students' ideas and work.

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It is surprising how little students are asked to generate their own questions and what they wonder.

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I agree - it's been interesting seeing what they come up with. I have struggled with getting kids to participate. Some of them don't want to post their videos, even when I've made the site password-protected. I'm wondering if anyone has any other engagement ideas. When students do participate, I think they give and receive a lot of great feedback. There are just a few who aren't participating. I don't want to make it required that they post on the Flipgrid, but maybe I should?

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You could make the presentation vehicle more abstract. A few suggestions: a video of images and drawings and students records voice-overs; a video of student pictures (think stop-motion video and students add voice-overs; an animation tool like GoAnimate.