One of my goals for this year was to find a way to get my students more actively involved in their learning. I always felt that I was the one doing all the work in class while my students passively sat back and received whatever information I hoped would stick in their brains.
Spanish teacher Emilia Carrillo shares her reflections and experience of the flipped classroom (content delivery at home, language practice in class). This is the first of a four-part series on how language teachers can go about flipping their classrooms, beginning with things to take into consideration before you start.
This article includes links to other posts on Emilia Carrillo's technology blog and to presentations by other teachers. This is the Harvesting Stage (Washing, peeling, chopping, Let’s get cooking Stage and Digesting to follow).
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