Administrators, Educators and Students can use Squigl whiteboard video content in so many ways and in any area of your Institution.
Coursework – Squigl videos are exemplary tools for turning text content into more engaging and memorable content for students.
Topic Introduction – When it’s time to introduce a new topic or concept, Squigl makes it easy to associate visuals with them to aid in comprehension.
Assignment Explainer – Students can read the instructions over and over and still get it wrong, inform them both visually and audibly using Squigl content creator.
Lesson Reflection – Reflection is a helpful exercise at many points in learning, especially before moving on to a new topic. A simple Squigl reflection video can show you what they retained.
Assignment Summary – In addition to seeing the students work in word or labs, a Squigl video summarizing their conclusions can contextualize the rest.
Peer to Peer – Use Squigl as a tool for students to collaborate together or create content for their classmates to learn about independent research.
Department Roles – Some departments are less visible than others but all of them keep your institution running. Make this more visible with quick Squigl videos.
Facility Rules – With students coming back to school and so many changes to our spaces, Squigl videos can help you clarify new rules for keeping safe in your space.
Staff Changes – Use Squigl videos to say “Thank you” or “Get Well” to faculty that is leaving or going on break, or to say “Hello” to new faculty joining the team.
Announcements – In the ever-changing world of education, Squigl makes it easy to communicate information clearly to your entire community.
New initiatives – Get everyone on board with what’s coming next with a series of Squigl videos to keep your educators, staff, students and families up to date
Parent Communication – Parent communication is key to participation in student work and community activities. Use Squigl videos to invite and inform families in your community.
There are many more uses for Squigl in your School. Let us know how you’re using Squigl so we can share it with other educators!