Stations are one of my favorite things to do in class, and I try to incorporate them at least once every other chapter. They’re a great tool to use, keep students moving, and provide a lot of ... Read More about Stations in Spanish Class
A little over a month ago I posted about our CI journey that got kicked off with a conference hosted by Allison Wienhold from Mis Clases Locas. Quick recap: Our department is in the process of ... Read More about The Comprehensible Input Journey, cont.
I heard about GimKit in several places before (finally!) investigating, but Maris Hawkins was the true champion in introducing this website to me. In fact, here is her post on GimKit because ... Read More about GimKit – You HAVE to check it out!
Okay, admit it. Have you clicked down to street view in Google Maps, and then accidentally found yourself 20 minutes later strolling down the street where you once walked in a city you stopped in, ... Read More about GeoGuessr – Let’s Explore the World!
I’ve heard about running dictation from a few different places, but Keith Toda's post here is where I ran into it first! Basically, running dictation is a way to do a dictation that incorporates ... Read More about Running Dictation – Tips for (and from!) a Newbie
Edpuzzle is a website that allows you to insert questions to videos you link or upload. It is one of my favorite practice or assessment tools. You can use a video you find on the internet, or you can ... Read More about Edpuzzle Ideas in World Language