Everything You Need To Know About The Flocabulary App

Everything You Need to Know About the Flocabulary App

The rumors are true, y’all. The Flocabulary mobile app is now available to download on iOS and Android, and is compatible on both phones and tablets! The mobile app is built to bring Flocabulary outside of the classroom, where kids and teens can browse Flocab’s 850+ units on their own time. We’re excited to launch our mobile-exclusive vocabulary challenge activity, too!

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Flocabulary Thanks Teachers

Flocabulary Thanks Teachers

Today kicks off Teacher Appreciation Week, and Team Flocab is excited to celebrate educators today, all week, and—let's be real—all year, too. A few of us from different teams across the company spent some time reflecting on teachers that left an impact on us, and why (reasons range from trumpet to world traveling!). Check it out:

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What The Research Shows: Social & Emotional Learning And Student Achievement

What the Research Shows: Social & Emotional Learning and Student Achievement

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…

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Flocabulary Now Supports Class Rostering With Google Classroom

Flocabulary Now Supports Class Rostering with Google Classroom

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.

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