Tips & Tricks for Flipgrid in PreK-2 Classrooms πŸ§ πŸ’­πŸ’‘

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

K2CanToo

As a former first grade teacher, I know that with additional supports, creative workflows, and specific instructions, even the littlest learners can be successful when using technology to share their voices. I reached out to some amazing primary teachers to drop their tips, tricks, and best practices for leveraging Flipgrid. Here’s what they had to say…

Joe Merrill    is a 1st Grade Teacher in Naples, Florida.

Joe Merrill is a 1st Grade Teacher in Naples, Florida.

Brandi MIller    is a 1st Grade Teacher in Auburndale, Florida.

Brandi MIller is a 1st Grade Teacher in Auburndale, Florida.

Eric Garcia    is a 1st Grade teacher in mcfarland, California

Eric Garcia is a 1st Grade teacher in mcfarland, California

Sara Malchow    is a Digital Learning SPecialist in Pulaski, Wisconsin

Sara Malchow is a Digital Learning SPecialist in Pulaski, Wisconsin

Michael Hughes    is a Kindergarten teacher in Corona, California

Michael Hughes is a Kindergarten teacher in Corona, California

Susan Stewart    is a tech coach and started the #k2cantoo movement in fresno, california

Susan Stewart is a tech coach and started the #k2cantoo movement in fresno, california

If you teach young 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 primary classroom! For even more tips, check out the PreK-2 Integration Docs. Moreover, as always, reach out any time if you have any questions.

See you on the Grid!
πŸ’š Ann