Optimal Engagement and Learning with Asynchronous Research Presentation: 8th Grade American Studies Students Use Flipgrid to Teach Their Classmates About Individuals Who Have Changed History During Black History Month & Women’s History Month
Dave Schlitter, founder of Maker Pipe, interviews Mr. Zigler, BITlab Coordinator; Benjamin Gordon '22; and Evan Beach '24 to talk about the inspirational Wheelchair Project.
Shifting to an asynchronous presentation format allowed all students to actively engage and give constructive feedback on the work of their classmates.
This year, Bullis students enrolled in 11th grade United States History and AP United States History completed research projects using the National History Day format.
Spanish IV Students Use a Variety of Tech Tools to Create Digital Presentations, Conduct a Peer Critique, and Reflect on Learning Outcomes
AP Psychology students in Ms. Kowalew’s class use Flipgrid to foster authentic engagement in studying “flashbulb memories”