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Wednesday, August 12 • 11:00am - 11:50am
Flip It! Gain Time to Apply Knowledge and Differentiate with Flipped Lessons

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Flipped classroom is more than a buzzword, it’s a way to regain lost time and provide support for students where they really need it. This became especially apparent in ITV-based distance courses where lost time due to technology-related delays created great frustration. What language educators don’t realize is that this is a pedagogical hop for them, not a leap. Unlike other disciplines, language educators are very accustomed to and comfortable with students working in groups and pairs as they problem solve, think critically and develop content in the target language to demonstrate their knowledge. Participants in this session will identify techniques to move the “fact learning” lower order thinking skills parts of lessons to independent study and the application of learning to a supported teacher-guided environment. This session demonstrates how flipping lessons regains contact time to focus on applying knowledge, how educators can more easily differentiate for students, and how students help themselves by focusing on their individual needs. Examples provided in several languages and data from Russian ITV courses as well as face-to-face courses supports this approach for any learning environment. A website with sample lessons and technologies that can be integrated to support flipped lessons will be made available to all participants.

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Lauren Rosen

Collaborative Language Program Director, University of Wisconsin
Lauren Rosen is currently the director of the University of Wisconsin System Collaborative Language Program. For over twenty years she has been integrating technology into her language courses and working closely with K-16 language educators in developing engaging collaborative approaches to technology integration into a variety of learning environments including both traditional and distance courses. She has also designed and taught online... Read More →


Wednesday August 12, 2015 11:00am - 11:50am
CGIS Knafel K354 1737 Cambridge St, Cambridge, MA