Music and emotion are intertwined, so any instruction in social and emotional learning should incorporate music. That can and must be done in a socially conscious way to maximize student impact.
EdTech Updates 2018: A Fresh Face For Flocabulary
Some EdTech tools work great but simply need a fresh coat of paint to make them easier to navigate. That's essentially the story with Flocabulary. Flocabulary added several new features last year and redesigned their instruction process. Now they're redesigning the look of their sight and added a few more details to make it even … Continue reading EdTech Updates 2018: A Fresh Face For Flocabulary
Why Schools Need Music
This is a post that was originally written as a guest post on the Flocabulary blog where you can also read it. When music plays you just feel it. You begin tapping your foot or swaying. Maybe you start singing along or humming to yourself. You can’t help it. Even those with hearing impairments find themselves … Continue reading Why Schools Need Music
“Break It Down” Into Manageable Educational Elements
One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain. -Bob Marley THE WHAT & WHY If you haven’t used it yet (and why not?), Flocabulary is like a modern hip-hop version of “Schoolhouse Rock!”. It is easy to use and filled with meaningful and engaging content. It also works across devices. Flocabulary usually … Continue reading “Break It Down” Into Manageable Educational Elements