Over the past two years, the role of video instruction has steadily expanded in the classroom, especially when teaching current events. Facing school closures and remote learning, many teachers turned to video as a way to keep students engaged. Video is a familiar format for a generation of digital-native students and can serve as a great hook and sometimes the bulk of instruction for certain lessons. But finding quality, timely video content can be a challenge. That’s where the Week in Rap comes in. Watch the Week in Rap What is the Week in Rap? The Week in Rap (WIR)…
For Hispanic Heritage Month, Flocabulary invited students to be researchers, lyricists, and rappers. Meet the 2022 student contest winners!
Students were invited to write a song even in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. Take a look at the 2021 winners and finalists!
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we invited students to be the researchers, lyricists and rappers. Students from all over the country selected an important figure, event, or cultural practice for their songs. Take a look at the awesome finalists and lines from their creative entries.
The Flocast, Flocabualry’s Hip-Hop Pedagogy podcast, explores the ideas, history, and untapped potential that Hip-Hop has in education.