Sparking Inquiry with Clips

The best part of working with younger friends as an educator are ALL THEIR QUESTIONS! When the pandemic hit I was stuck, trying to figure out how to bring that sense of wonder and spark to create and play to an online environment. In the Library Learning Commons we would have areas around the space to explore. How could I bring that online especially when many kids would engage asynchronously with the work?

In came CLIPS to the rescue! The possibility to bring the question to life with voiceover, zoom in on images, draw attention with stickers and end with a question on a poster was just what I needed.

Can you spot all the features above in my first clip?

Check out our Canadian Creative Station series of reels to get started with your own!

1. Getting Started

2. Levelling Up

3. Bringing It All Together

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Posted on September 05, 2022

Clips is such a versatile tool. Thanks for sharing an inquiry based way to use it. Impressive!

Posted on September 05, 2022

I wish more teachers were aware of Clips. It is perfect for tutorials and lesson introductions!

Posted on September 05, 2022

This is such a great use of technology to support student inquiry and curiosity. Clips is a phenomenal tool...great example to share. Thank you.

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