This talk will explore what flipped learning is and how it can be implemented to facilitate collaboration and critical thinking in the language classroom. How can instructors maximize time spent together in the virtual classroom space? What are some affordances and constraints associated with flipped learning? Participants will see examples of flipped classes and will be encouraged to share their own experiences.
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Jeanne Schueller is an applied linguist in the Department of German, Nordic, and Slavic+ at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, where she is affiliated with the Doctoral Program in Second Language Acquisition. In addition to teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in German language and culture and applied linguistics, Dr. Schueller directs the German language program and supervises teaching assistants in first- and second-year German. Over the past several years, she has taught graduate courses in applied linguistics on flipped learning, social justice, film and visual culture, study abroad, and collaborative teaching and learning. In her current teaching and research, Dr. Schueller is interested in the effective implementation of authentic materials, especially film, in L2 classes.