Breaking news: The education space is constantly shifting. (Kidding, we know you don’t need us to tell you that.) Whether it’s ed tech, policy, or financing, Flocabulary strives to keep on top of issues and trends that matter to educators. We’ve kept a close pulse on social and emotional learning (SEL) over the past few years, and what we’ve learned is teaching students skills beyond what they can derive from a textbook is key to a student’s success in school and in life. Educators must now prepare students for careers in a soft skills economy with rapidly changing technology, likely…
Calling all Google geeks: Flocabulary now integrates with Google Classroom! We’re excited to announce this new feature, which will allow teachers to import any class in Google Classroom into a Flocabulary class. Google Classroom is a learning platform that integrates with schools that use the Google Apps for Education (GAFE) ecosystem, and a lot of teachers have rosters of their students set up in Classroom already.
We recently shared tips and strategies for using Flocabulary for test prep brain breaks. While Flocab is flexible enough to use in short spurts for a breather between prep, many of our features support rigorous test prep, too.
Test taking (and preparation!) can be stressful. In the midst of testing season--and all year long--Flocabulary is here to help. Not only do our 800+ units support your students with understanding core content, but we have several units to prepare students with relevant test-taking skills and terms. That said, taking an occasional brain break provides an opportunity for students to relieve stress from tests while still learning. Flocabulary has plenty of resources to help your students take a breather from test prep while still keeping their gears turning!
New feature alert! After many requests from teachers and students alike, we're excited to share an update to Lyric Lab. You can now export a rhyme you’ve written in any Lyric Lab activity in Flocabulary to a PDF.