The Versatility of Clips

 There are so many creative ways educators in this Community have shared on how they use Clips. If you tap the search icon in the upper right and add “Clips” you’ll see what I mean.

In the area of history and social studies Clips pairs nicely with primary sources. So easy with Clips to point out important aspects of a primary source image and add sound and movement - a perfect pairing to engage students in history. Here are a couple of my examples.

Please share how you’ve used Clips with social studies content.


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November 11, 2022

Love the way you used stickers in Clips to highlight specific elements of these historical images, Cheryl! While I haven't used Clips in social studies recently, I co-taught a 6th grade math lesson last week where we used Clips to translate everyday scenarios into algebraic equations and expressions. Here's the example we created to share with our learners before they started creating their own content:

I love how Clips creates opportunities for students to narrate their thinking process as well as their products in a content area like math.

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