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Using Flippity and Google Sheets for Interactive Learning

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Google’s suite of education apps are super versatile, and teachers are taking advantage of their features to increase engagement and learning. takes that engagement up a notch by utilizing Google Sheets to create fun learning games and classroom tools. Join Lauren Boucher as she shares the myriad templates available, how to make these templates work for you, and classroom implementation ideas.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Sunday, June 27, 2021 @ 2:30 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Assessment & Review , Game-based Learning , Virtual Learning
Tags: flippity, game based learning, google sheets, interactive learning, templates

Reviews (25)

Full Member
Nice presentation. Lots of great ideas I can use with my students! Thank you.👩‍💻
Full Member
Lots of informative information. I need to play around with Flippity. Thank you.
Full Member
Informative.....thank you
This was a very useful webinar. I'm excited to share what I learned with other staff members at my school. As usual Lauren Boucher does an excellent job explaining how to navigate this resource.
Full Member
Really good!
Full Member
It was great! I went to flippity right away to start playing@
Full Member
It was very informative. I learned a lot.
Full Member
Extremely informative.
Full Member
Thank you!!
It was a very fun webinar that I know any student would get an ample amount of learning experiences from, through numerous categories to meet each and every one of their needs. I also feel it would increase any / all student's learning ability, no matter what his or her level of learning is, due to the engaging activities that would draw these students to want to learn more as they see themselves achieve and grow cognitively, emotionally , and physically, as well as, becoming more aware of their increasing self - esteem in all areas of the curriculum.
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