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Using Flip in the Classroom

Welcome to Flip (renamed from Flipgrid)!  To ignite your learners’ discussions, you will need to set up your  Educator account, create a classroom (we call them Groups!), and share your first Topic.  

Topics are discussion prompts that you create and your students respond to that prompt with a short video. 

Video Intro

Walkthrough the whole process for setting up your Flip space with Stacy Muse. Or keep scrolling for written instructions.

Create a Group 

Groups are a shared space for your learners to join the Discussion. To set up your Group:

  1. Name your Group (Classroom 15 or Mrs. Smith’s Science Room)
  2. Set your Permissions, or how learners will join your Group (Student Emails, Usernames, or Google Classroom for students)

For a full walkthrough, check out this article on how to create a Group.

Share your Group

Now that your Group is created, invite your learners to join or test it out yourself! 

Share the Join Code or link with your students, families or community.  Educators can share the Group using the blue Share button to share the Join Code or Link to Microsoft Teams, Google Classroom, Remind, embed, QR code, or simply copying and pasting it to share with your learners in a different platform, such as email. If you created usernames for younger students make sure to share those too. 

  • Students receive the Join Code or link and must log in with their email or username.   
  • Families who want to join a Topic can receive the Join Code and must log in with the guest password

 Record videos on the Topic or create a new Topic

Within your Group, we’ve automatically created your first Topic for you, called Hello, I am… for an easy way to invite your learners to introduce themselves to Flip! To view the Topic in detail, select the Topic in the Topics table.

Feel free to test this Topic out by going to your Group or invite your students to Join. 

Have a different idea for a Topic? Create a new Topic or browse Flip’s Discovery Library for topics created by Flip partners and educator community!

If you have any questions or need assistance with Flip, please do not hesitate to reach out to Stacy Muse in the IDAT department.

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