In this episode, I share strategies for hosting asynchronous book clubs in digital spaces and tips for using Flipgrid. You’ll hear strategies for using Flipgrid for book clubs with students and how you can use this strategy with your colleagues for remote professional development.
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Flipgrid for Book Clubs
So let’s make this EdTech easy…
- Set a purpose for your book club, remember “tasks before apps”
- Create a Flipgrid account and set up your grid
- Invite students to join and set your expectations
- Check in to the grid and respond to student videos!
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Resources mentioned in this episode:
- The Educator’s Guide to Flipgrid
- How to Use Flipgrid for Book Clubs (Blog Post)
- Creation Activities that Teach Digital Citizenship (Podcast Episode)
- Dr. Theresa Cullen Twitter
- Tasks Before Apps study guide
- Tasks Before Apps: Designing Rigorous Learning in a Tech-Rich Classroom
- Quick Reference Guide on Classroom Technology Tips
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