View the step-by-step walkthrough video below to create your first grid, add a topic, and share with your students.
These standards-aligned documents are designed to help you engage your students in communicating ideas and developing their voice.
Introduce your K12 classroom to the social aspects of Flipgrid with example topics and integration ideas
Help your students engage as digital citizens in discussions on computer science topics
Challenge your students to share ideas, appreciation, analyses, and critiques
Have your students practice, share stories, explore culture, and describe their environment in a target language
Invite students to discuss personal health goals, behaviors, outcomes, and research
Develop your students’ reading, listening, speaking, and creative story-telling skills
Engage your students in real-world discussions to build upon your classroom math projects
Help your students communicate physical education content to others and to internalize a healthy view of themselves
Challenge your students to share their beliefs, processes, and justifications with regard to real-world science topics
Encourage your students to discuss government, economics, geography, history, and their local environment
Engage your students to share authentic problem-solving, critical thinking, and design skills
A critical element of Higher Ed classrooms is to build communities of shared and respectful voice on timely issues. This is the foundation of Flipgrid.
Introduce your Higher Ed classroom to the social aspects of Flipgrid with example topics and integration ideas