International Studies Elementary School uses Flipgrid to Reflect on Reading

After reading the story The Very Last First Time by Jan Andrews, Karen Liebert, the library media specialist at International Studies Elementary Charter School in Albany, Georgia, had her students record their analyses of the main character, Eva. Read about the experience on her blog or jump right to her students' amazing responses here.

Wonderful use of Flipgrid, Karen, we love watching your students confidently share their voices.

John Spencer on Technology in the Classroom

Check out this fantastic article by John Spencer, a professor, author, maker, and advocate for student creativity. 

Spencer emphasizes that "Real learning is always active. Always connective. Always creative." He goes on to state that the real power of technology is that it "allows students to engage in a dialogue with the world." Furthermore, Spencer rejoices that "students are amazing in what they can create." 

We here at Flipgrid love hearing your stories about the engaged, student voices in your classroom and join Spencer in the celebration of student ingenuity! Awesome piece, John!