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Student ResearchCollins, Lauren K.The purpose of this fifteen-minute demonstration is to share out-of-class activities that we have found to be effective in our own ESL college composition courses, utilizing the flipped classroom pedagogy. A flipped video on the simple present tense, . . .
Student ResearchLarios, JorgeProject-based learning is the 2.0 version of the flipped classroom. This blended pedagogy relinquishes any remnant of traditional teaching methods, especially the dreaded worksheet often used for completing an activity or task. Instead, project-based . . .
Student ResearchCastruita, Grace LaurenWe are currently teaching in a time where technology is gaining acceptance as a useful tool in the classroom¬- elementary school students have class iPad sets, high school students download dictionary apps, and college students read scholarly articles . . .