Out with the old, in with the (carefully-curated) new

As I write this in late-summer 2021, most of us are or will soon be inside a classroom again, looking our students in the eyes, and seizing all of the benefits that F2F teaching can offer (no more "you're muted"). Nonetheless, I would be lying if I said that while teaching remotely I didn't come across great online resources and tools that proved to be extremely helpful.

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Three Flipgrid Hacks

Today, we are starting a new series with the goal of sharing our favorite hacks with some of the tools that seem to be most popular with language instructors. In this installment, we’re going to look at Microsoft's popular, free ed tech tool Flipgrid, which allows teachers to create "grids" to facilitate video discussions.

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