Which FlexBook® Is Right for Me?

Deciding if Conventional or Interactive is best for your class? The table below may help!

Conventional FlexBooks 2.0 are the content you've known and loved for years - now infused with teacher Insights, Flexi the AI tutor, Adaptive Practice, and more!

Interactive FlexBooks 2.0 are digital native, all-interactive content designed to teach through activity and applications-based, hands-on learning. Incidentally, they are ideal for CCSS-focused classrooms, and have clear alignment and correlations.


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Teachers Conventional FlexBooks 2.0 Interactive FlexBooks 2.0
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Instruction and learning primarily occur through

text and worked-out examples interactivity and formative questions



The Conventional series focuses on text and worked-out examples with optional media support, whereas the Interactive series strives to present all core instruction through interactives and formative interactive questions with in-the-moment feedback.


Students Conventional Flex FlexBooks 2.0 Interactive FlexBooks 2.0
Maximize the power of technology  


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