Title

Flipping the Foreign Language Classroom to better prepare the 21st-Century students

Subject Area

Foreign Language Pedagogy

Abstract

Flipping the FL classroom is not a new idea but for some FL educators is a complicated one. This session review some of the elements that need to be present for a successful practice. In addition, it will define the term, reviewing some best practices along with everyday challenges we are constantly facing by using this method. Finally, it will identify the skills that are involved and the ways we are preparing the 21st-century students.

Brief Bio Note

Fernando Palacios is an Associate Professor and Chair at the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at Mercer University in Georgia.

His research interest includes, Second Language Acquisition, Study Abroad, Foreign Language Pedagogy, Spanish for Specific Purposes, and Spanish to English Translation.

Keywords

FL Pedagogy, Flipped classroom, 21st century skills, technology in the FL classroom

Location

Morning Session 2 (PARB 114/115)

Presentation Year

2019

Start Date

4-11-2019 11:25 AM

Embargo

12-13-2018

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Flipping the Foreign Language Classroom to better prepare the 21st-Century students

Morning Session 2 (PARB 114/115)

Flipping the FL classroom is not a new idea but for some FL educators is a complicated one. This session review some of the elements that need to be present for a successful practice. In addition, it will define the term, reviewing some best practices along with everyday challenges we are constantly facing by using this method. Finally, it will identify the skills that are involved and the ways we are preparing the 21st-century students.