Transcript of Episode 31 with Maris Hawkins

Transcript of Episode 31: Blogs, Novels, and Teachers Sharing their Work with Maris Hawkins   [background music] Stacey Margarita Johnson:  This is "We Teach Languages," a podcast about language teaching from the diverse perspectives of real teachers. I'm Stacey Margarita Johnson. Today on episode 31, Maris Hawkins is here to talk about how she uses … Continue reading Transcript of Episode 31 with Maris Hawkins

We Teach Languages Episode 31: Blogs, Novels, and Teachers Sharing their Work with Maris Hawkins

In ep 31, Stacey chats with Maris Hawkins, a middle and high school Spanish teacher who has used class novels, graphic novels, and free voluntary reading in her classes, as well as a variety of technologies to make student learning visible. Maris is also a prolific blogger and discusses how we can all share what's happening in our own classrooms and get ideas and resources from other teachers sharing their work.

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2017/12/08/ep-31-blogs-novels-with-maris-hawkins

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We Teach Languages Episode 30: Fear of Failure, Twitter, and Virtual Reality with Patrick Murphy

In ep 30, Jose Luis de Ramon Ruiz interviews Patrick Murphy about how his teaching has changed during his nearly 20 year career teaching language courses at the university level. In their conversation, they touch on how Patrick uses Twitter to connect students to real-time culture as well as his future plans for virtual reality as a learning tool. Patrick also discusses how being afraid to fail can keep teachers from taking important risks in their classrooms.

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2017/12/01/ep-30-virtual-reality-with-patrick-murphy

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