Flipping FlipGrid: Innovations with video

Concurrent Session 7
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Brief Abstract

In this express session, participants will review the use of FlipGrid for video based student engagment and peer review. Participants will use FlipGrid to create unique discussion experiences that they can use in their courses to engage students and faculty. The use of tools within FlipGrid such as rubrics, focus, topic tips, and sticky notes will be discussed. Feedback from student and faculty professional development evalutions will be shared. 

Presenters

Dr. Dana Kemery is Director of Innovative Course Design and Technological Infusion, an Associate Clinical Professor at Drexel University College of Nursing and Health Professions and University Online Fellow. She is certified in Adult and Pediatric Emergency Nursing and is a certified Nurse Educator. Dr. Kemery has over 25 years of clinical practice spanning psychiatric, maternal/ child, medical surgical, homecare, and emergency/ trauma nursing. She is a member of the ENA, Sigma Theta Tau International, and Alpha Epsilon Lambda. Dr. Kemery’s research interests include review and remediation strategies, online engagement, innovative faculty development environments, and understanding the struggling student perspective.

Extended Abstract

Due to the limitations of text based discussion boards, novel ways to engage students and faculty are needed. FlipGrid, a free tool, allows video based discussions enhanced with peer feedback options. In this express session, participants will review the use of FlipGrid for video based student engagment and peer review. Participants will use FlipGrid to create unique discussion experiences that they can use in their courses to engage students and faculty. The use of tools within FlipGrid such as rubrics, focus, topic tips, and sticky notes will be discussed. Feedback from student and faculty professional development evalutions will be shared.