Last month, a Flocabulary team member stumbled upon a Facebook video from Melinda Nwoye: “The Lie.” It stopped us in our tracks—watch it here yourself to learn why.
The presidential election is over, and it's clear that after a long and often heated campaign, the nation is divided. As students process the results of the election, educators are left to both provide civic instruction and address their students’ reactions to the news — an inherently complex task. While we at Flocabulary and educators in the classroom spend most of our time focused on teaching academic content and skills, the days post-election are a great time to shine a light on social and emotional learning (SEL) to help students process complex feelings and interact with each other in a…
Our next #FlocabChat is coming right up! Join us Tuesday, November 15 at 8 PM ET, when we’ll gather the community to talk about student voice.
During last month’s #FlocabChat, we talked about all things app smashing—using two or more edtech tools together in the classroom. Simple as that! We covered a lot of ground, so we thought we’d pull out some key highlights and tips for our Flocab community. Here are some of the tools that our #FlocabChat friends suggested (in addition to some of our own tips).
On September 13, we hosted our very first #FlocabChat on Twitter! Shoutout to our inaugural host, Flocab MC & longtime friend, Jon Smith, who led us in our new chat adventure fearlessly and enthusiastically. We were overwhelmed not only by the awesome response, but by the quality of ideas that were exchanged between members of the Flocab community.