Virginia Hojas Carbonell has been teaching Spanish to undergraduate students since 2001. She earned two M.A.s, one in TESOL/Spanish and one in Secondary Education from West Virginia University, and taught at Ohio University for three years before coming to Indiana University.
Virginia’s teaching interests lie in backwards course design and flipped learning, which she applies to her classes. She teaches the Honors section of S250 as a flipped class based on active learning and a backwards course design, which she started as a Mosaic Fellow, and she is developing an Intermediate Online Spanish for Business course based on the same principles and using a fellowship from the Center for Language Excellence.
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