Coronavirus Resources for Schools

Flipgrid Remote Learning

Contains resources from school districts and public health agencies.

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PreK to Middle School • Daily learning reflections • Reading and book talks • STEM thinking • Project demonstrations • Fluency and phonics High School • Daily video journal • Project presentations • Language learning • Peer review • Persuasive debate University • Digital office hours • Socratic discussions • Social presence • Research presentations • Project-based learning Family Learning • Reading together • Family interviews • Messages of positivity • At-home experiments • Shared physical exercise Flipgrid is a free, simple way to foster short video-based discussions on classroom topics. Educators, learners, and families can use Flipgrid at school or at home to stay connected and share their continued learning experiences. Any educator can sign up at Remote Learning on Flipgrid Educators Get Started in 5 minutes 1. Create a Grid for your classroom or group. 2. Post a discussion Topic to get started and add more Topics over time. 3. Share your Flipgrid link or code with students. Students and Families Share Your Voice in 2 minutes 1. Click the Flipgrid link or enter the code from your educator at 2. Log in with your school email or ID from your educator. 3. Tap the Green Plus to record your video. Tips for Engaging Students and Families Flipgrid works on all browsers and is available for free on iOS and Android. Explore 12,000+ ready-to-use topics in the Flipgrid Discovery Library. Follow @Flipgrid for more ideas from your peers!

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