Tips + Tricks: Engaging Scholars, Ages 8 - 10 🀩

The following blog post is written by Flipgrid Educator Innovation Lead Ann Kozma and members of the #FlipgridFever community.

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Learning loves community! Sharing examples and ideas from our classrooms is just one way our learning community is #BetterTogether. I reached out to some inspiring teachers and asked them to share tips, tricks, and best practices for leveraging Flipgrid in the upper elementary grades. Here’s what they had to say…

Andy Knueven  is a 5th Grade Math/Science teacher in Zionsville, Indiana.

Andy Knueven is a 5th Grade Math/Science teacher in Zionsville, Indiana.

Amanda Glover  is a 4th/5th Grade Math/Science/STEAM Lead teacher in Tampa, Florida.

Amanda Glover is a 4th/5th Grade Math/Science/STEAM Lead teacher in Tampa, Florida.

Linda Bystrek  is a 4th Grade teacher in Old Bridge, New Jersey.

Linda Bystrek is a 4th Grade teacher in Old Bridge, New Jersey.

Kristin Merrill  is a 4th Grade teacher in Naples, Florida.

Kristin Merrill is a 4th Grade teacher in Naples, Florida.

Knela Newton  is a 3rd Grade teacher in Smith River, California.

Knela Newton is a 3rd Grade teacher in Smith River, California.

Tim Galles  is a 5th Grade teacher in Casper, Wyoming.

Tim Galles is a 5th Grade teacher in Casper, Wyoming.

If you teach upper elementary students, please feel free to reach out to any of these incredible educators. They all share generously and are willing to help you take the next step with Flipgrid in your classroom! For even more tips, check out the Integration Docs for Grades 3-5. As always, please reach out any time if you have any questions.

See you on the Grid!
πŸ’š Ann