Flippity.net Using Google Spreadsheets for teachers and students

21 Jan

Something I must try…

The Electric Teacher

Flippity.net allows teachers and students alike to use Google spreadsheets to create quizzes, flashcards and Jeopardy style games. As long as you understand the basics of spreadsheets, this is a very simple process.

The first thing you need to do is have a Google account with Google drive. Next, go to the flippity website so you can copy and rename the template for quizzes, flashcards or jeopardy games. Once you have this completed, open the template fill in the data, spell check everything, publish, and then follow the directions for copying the link so you can either send or embed your flashcards quizzes and games.

What I like about this is the fact that the students can create their own flashcards. They can include pictures, videos, words, and have the flashcards with them wherever their smart phones, tablets or computers are available. From my flashcards. I was able to create…

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