February 26, 2013

Resources for Flipping Your Language Classroom

The basic idea behind flipped instruction is to use technology so that lecture time is moved outside of the classroom, leaving more time for teacher-student interactions in the classroom.

If you are considering flipping your language classroom, here are a few resources you may find useful.

First, Flipping my Spanish Classroom is a Colorado high school Spanish teacher’s blog about her experience flipping her classroom. The blog main page is available at http://spanishflippedclass.blogspot.fr ; go to http://spanishflippedclass.blogspot.fr/p/flipped-class-helpful-documents.html for helpful documents.

In the last weeks FLTEACH listserv users have been discussing flipped instruction. See what they’re writing about it, both positive and negative, at the FLTEACH archives: http://listserv.buffalo.edu/cgi-bin/wa?S2=FLTEACH&q=&s=flipped&f=&a=&b=

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the mention. I am always looking for new connections to other language teachers.



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