We’re always thinking about new ways to provide value to the Flocabulary educator community, and recently, we realized we could be supporting our educators by connecting them. After all, inspiring teachers, service providers, and administrators across the country share their creative ideas and experiences using Flocabulary with us all time.
Now, we want to provide a way for these educators to share with one another. And what better outlet to connect them than through Twitter? Introducing: #FlocabChat.
At Flocab, we believe that student writing is powerful—it allows students to find and express their voice, while helping them master the content they’re writing about. An example of a writing activity we love, of course, is writing academic rhymes (and if you haven’t seen it yet, our new tool Lyric Lab helps students do just that!). But we know that our participants will shed light on many other helpful tips and strategies as well.
As you mark your calendar for #FlocabChat, see a list of questions below that we’ll tackle together so you can collect your thoughts ahead of time. And while you’re at it make sure to follow our friend Jon Smith, who will host the chat!
As we embark on this new project, we hope to provide a place for educators to gather around a mission of making learning accessible, relevant, engaging and effective for students of all backgrounds.
We can’t wait to hear (well, read!) your thoughts and ideas. Plan to join us? Spread the word using the tweet link below!
Add it to your Google Calendar using the button below!