Meet Our MCE Of The Month: Suzanna Garcia

Meet Our MCE of the Month: Suzanna Garcia

Suzanna: I’m a graduate of the University of St. Thomas, I did my undergrad in Industrial/Organization Psychology and my Masters in Curriculum & Instruction. This year is my first year as a Lead Trainer of our new Digital Learning Specialists team. When I was in the classroom I taught 5th & 6th grade Social Studies to Bilingual and Special Education students. It’s what pushed me to find creative tools to reach my students where they were and I realized that technology was that tool!

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Showcase Student Voice With Lyric Lab

Showcase Student Voice With Lyric Lab

Over the summer, I had the honor and privilege to attend Flipgrid’s Student Voice Conference in Minnesota. At the event, I was able to hear the always inspiring Matt Miller speak. This is not the first nor the last time, but every time I watch him present, I leave with inspiration and motivation to do better for my kids and my teachers. During his keynote, he said something that has stuck with me since. We often advocate for student voice, by saying things such as “let’s give our students a voice.” But Matt’s statement rings so true. They already have…

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Meet Our MCE Of The Month: Amy Storer

Meet Our MCE of the Month: Amy Storer

Amy: I am a graduate of Lamar University with a Master's in Educational Technology Leadership. I truly love being an instructional coach for Montgomery ISD. This year is my third year as a campus coach, and I am so happy to be at our newest elementary school, Keenan Elementary. I have taught grades 1-4, and I am also the lead technology integration mentor for my district. I hold two Teacher of the Year distinctions and, in 2015, I was a top four finalist in HEB's Excellence in Education in the "Leadership Elementary" category. I am an educator that encourages and motivates…

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Implementation Ideas: Engage Every Student Front-of-Classroom

Implementation Ideas: Engage Every Student Front-of-Classroom

It's no secret that Flocabulary works well as a front-of-classroom tool. Our lessons engage students and bring classrooms together. And while our assignable tools are helpful, they are not the end-all-be-all for effective implementation! There are many ways to interact with Flocab lessons in a front-of-class format outside of showing the video lessons—whether that's through Discuss Mode, Read & Respond or other activities! When teachers explore and utilize Flocab's resources, it makes lesson plan creation easier and helps increase students' chances of grasping and learning content. We spoke to Flocabulary educators about their favorite elements that they use in addition to video…

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