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Blending and Flipping: A Recipe for Language Teaching

12:00 pm, Thursday, November 6, 2014
254 Van Hise Hall, 1220 Linden Drive
Speaker and Affiliation: 

Shannon Spasova, Michigan State University

In this brownbag presentation, I will share my experiences in redesigning my second-year Russian course to move from a “traditional” classroom format with four contact hours per week to a blended format, with three weekly contact hours and a fourth hour each week online. I'll describe what has worked well and what hasn't worked so well. I'll also share student feedback from a pilot lesson Finally, I will discuss tips and techniques for flipping or blending your language class.


Dianna Murphy, 608-262-1473


Language Institute, Department of Slavic Languages and Literature, Doctoral Program in Second Language Acquisition, and L&S Learning Support Services.