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Flip Your Language Classroom the Right Way | Language News

Flip Your Language Classroom the Right Way | Language News | Digital Learning, Technology, Education | Scoop.it
The flipped classroom model promotes more rewarding classroom experiences, when implemented well. Learn how to flip a foreign language class the right way.

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Sonja Hartemink e-learning Spanish's curator insight, April 8, 6:15 PM

The flipped classroom model is turning the education world on its head. (See what we did there?) Essentially, students listen to traditional lectures not in class, but in videos that they watch independently. In doing so, teachers can free up class time for more interactive learning activities.  So, why wouldn’t every teacher do so?

 

Learning #Spanish #online the flipped way: study the interactive learning materials individually, and then sign up for the one-on-one online session with your Spanish native teacher in Spain for guidance and evaluation. Available for children (+9), teenagers and adults.

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Episode 53: Jimmie Lanley talks about Blogging, Google+ and the iHomeschool Network

Episode 53: Jimmie Lanley talks about Blogging, Google+ and the iHomeschool Network | Digital Learning, Technology, Education | Scoop.it
Blogging, Google+ and the iHomeschool Network Many homeschool moms out there are seeking new alternatives for income and one alternative is blogging, often affectionately referred to as “mommyblogg...

 

#Online #Spanish courses for children and teenagers, through virtual educational platform, evaluated by qualified Spanish native teachers in Spain. A unique opportunity for your children to learn Spanish from the comfort of their own homes.

 

More info: spanish-school-herradura.com/online-spanish


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Sonja Hartemink e-learning Spanish's curator insight, March 19, 5:03 PM

Blogging is very suitable for homeschool moms because it offers great flexibility, it can be born out of a passion for a particular niche and many homeschool moms just enjoy writing. Though mommy blogging can turn out to be a viable source of discretionary  income (or more), it takes more than throwing up a blog and posting some content every once in a while.  It takes motivation and perseverance to grow your blog and be successful. It also takes a certain level of quality content which may mean you need a willingness on your part to seek self-improvement and maybe even seek outside advice.

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Bilingual Children with One Hour of Language a Day – Part One | Multilingual Living

Bilingual Children with One Hour of Language a Day – Part One | Multilingual Living | Digital Learning, Technology, Education | Scoop.it
Bilingual children with only an hour of language exposure a day? If you do it right (& keep it fun) you can make it happen!

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Sonja Hartemink e-learning Spanish's curator insight, March 30, 9:59 PM

As we all know from financial investing, if we put our money into an account that has an interest rate of zero, then we are basically going to remain in a holding pattern.  No loss (if we don’t count inflation) but also no growth!  Not good.

To relate this with language learning: If we just repeat the same words over and over again in the same sentences and in the same contexts for weeks at a time, then our interest rate is going to remain stagnant.  Using the words we have learned in new sentences, with new people, in different settings is key.  Listening to audio programs, watching videos and taking notes, this will keep the ball rolling.

Getting excited about the culture is also key: making recipes from the culture, learning about the countries where the language is spoken, visiting cultural events in your community are all part of the process.

Putting all of this together is how our language will expand each day and each week.  It is how we ensure that our interest rate remains high.

 

Personal online Spanish courses; interactive learning materials, guided by Spanish native teacher. More info:

www.spanish-school-herradura.com/online-spanish

For children & teenagers.