Round 2: Flipping the Classroom Recorded Webinar Series

During National Distance Learning week, we held several webinars about flipping the classroom. This series specifically addresses language courses. During the live sessions, hundreds of college faculty attended to learn from their peers. Below is a list of three webinars that are available for you to view free and at any time.

Classroom Assignment

The Nuts and Bolts of Flipping the Classroom and Initial Results
Speaker: Marta Tecedor Cabrera, Texas Tech University
The session presents the goals of the department in flipping the classroom, the problems they were trying to solve, and then contrasts their beginning courses before and after flipping the classroom.
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To Flip or not to Flip: A Discussion about a Beginning Spanish Class Using the Flipped Model (Conducted in Spanish)
Speaker: Paloma Lapuerta, Central Connecticut State University
Presentation was conducted in Spanish. This discussion included ideas about how to facilitate instruction using the flipped model and how to get students motivated and engaged.
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Flipping and Blending the Language Classroom: Experiment or New Standard?
Speaker: Mary Ellen Scullen, University of Maryland, College Park
The presenter shared best practices in flipping and blending French, German and Spanish classes, as well as data about the effectiveness and student/instructor satisfaction with the new paradigm.
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