Flocabulary – Hip Hop In the Classroom
As you are probably aware, the EVSC has a FREE TRIAL of the website Flocabulary that runs until the the of June. If you haven’t yet checked out the resources there you really need to take a look. Here are some highlights followed by information on starting your free trial. If you have used Flocabulary in your classroom please share your experiences in the comments section – we’d LOVE to hear from you!
Breakdown by Content Area:
Free Trial of Flocabulary
Here’s how it works:
  • All teachers at Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation can now create their free Flocabulary accounts by clicking the activation link below.
  • In addition to their personal account, teachers will receive a student username and password.
  • All teachers and students will get unlimited, 24/7 access through June 30, 2013.
Don’t forget: You can activate and explore, too! Just click on the link below.

Teachers, Start Here
Congratulations! You and your students now have unlimited access to hundreds of songs, videos and lessons for the rest of the school year. To get started, follow these instructions:
Step 1: Click this link to set up your free Flocabulary teacher accounthttp://flocabulary.com/access-group-activation/EvansvilleVanderburghSchoolCorporation
Step 2: You’ll receive an email with your teacher username and password as well as a separate student username and password to share with your classes. (Students don’t have access to assessments, lesson plans or answer keys.)
Step 3: Sign in to www.flocabulary.com on any internet-enabled device with your teacher username and password to access hundreds of songs, videos and lessons!
After you activate, you’ll receive a welcome email explaining how to use Flocabulary in your classroom, and we’ll keep you in the loop with occasional updates, tips and new content.
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Bill is an eLearning Coach helping to facilitate meaningful integration of technology to enrich instruction, engage students & develop 21st century skills. He is dedicated to enthusiastic, dynamic and technologically rich teaching as a means of creating and nurturing a lifelong love of learning in children. He has over 15 years of classroom experience and was the 2006 Outstanding High School Educator for Vanderburgh County. Currently he is a doctoral candidate for a Doctor of Philosophy in General Psychology degree with an emphasis on integrating technology, learning, and psychology. Bill maintains an active presence as presenter on the eLearning Conference circuit. He has a supportive wife Jeneen and wonderful son Zander.

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