We Teach Languages Episode 92: Meta-Reflection, Assessment, and ePortfolios with Elena Mangione-Lora

Stacey interviews Elena Mangione-Lora from the University of Notre Dame about her work using meta-reflection and ePortfolios as a final assessment. Elena discusses why and how she made the transition to portfolio assessment. She also shares some of the scholarship she consulted and the data she collected during implementation. 

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2019/02/15/ep-92-with-elena-mangione-lora

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We Teach Languages Episode 90: Online Language Teaching and the Community of Inquiry Framework with Kylie Korsnack

Stacey talks with her colleague Kylie Korsnack about some of the concepts they explored in their recent series of workshops on how to promote presence and interaction in the online classroom. Among other topics, Kylie introduces listeners to the community of inquiry framework as a tool for online course design. Whether you are teaching fully online, in a hybrid/blended format, or face-to-face with some online extension, we hope this episode sparks new ideas for effective online teaching.

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2019/02/01/ep-90-with-kylie-korsnack/

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We Teach Languages Episode 89: Google Translate in the Language Classroom with Errol O’Neill, Part II

Dr. Claire Knowles continues her conversation with Dr. Errol O'Neill about Google Translate. In this part II, Claire and Errol discuss what student training on Google Translate might look like, what features teachers should become familiar with, and how to communicate about the tool with students.

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2019/01/25/ep-89-with-errol-oneill-part-ii/

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We Teach Languages Episode 88: Google Translate in the Language Classroom with Errol O’Neill, Part I

Claire Knowles interviews Errol O'Neill about Google Translate in the first part of a two-part episode. In part I, Claire and Errol discuss what Google translate is and how it works, a bit about what the research says about its use in language classrooms, and why teachers might want to take advantage of its abilities to help students communicate effectively in the real world.

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2019/01/18/ep-88-with-errol-oneill/

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We Teach Languages Episode 80: Reflections and Takeaways from #ACTFL18

In ep 80, Stacey shares takeaways and reflections on the conference experience from seven different language teachers at ACTFL in New Orleans. Even if you couldn't be there in person, we hope you'll benefit from our reports. If you have something you want to share, send it to us by email, voicemail, or social media and we'll include it in our upcoming newsletter! 

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2018/11/24/ep-80-takeaways-actfl18

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We Teach Languages Episode 79: Language Resource Centers, CASLS, PEARLL, and Big News for the Podcast with Julie Sykes and Thomas Sauer

In ep 79, Stacey talks with Julie Sykes and Thomas Sauer, two language resource center directors, about some of what their centers offer to programs, teachers, and learners. We get into some fun discussion about pragmatics, intercultural competence, and jumping into new projects with a team. You’ll want to listen all the way to the end of this episode to catch a big announcement about the future of the podcast!

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2018/11/16/ep-79-with-julie-sykes-and-thomas-sauer

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We Teach Languages Episode 57: CLIC Resources, TalkAbroad, and Online Teaching with Florencia Henshaw

In ep 57, Stacey interviews Dr. Florencia Henshaw, Director of the Center for Language Instruction and Coordination (CLIC) at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Florencia discusses some of the resources CLIC has to offer teachers such as free online webinars, how the virtual exchange tool TalkAbroad is making a difference in Florencia's program, and some of the ways that second language acquisition ideas should be applied to online language teaching.  

For links and show notes, visit http://weteachlang.com/2018/06/15/ep-57-with-florencia-henshaw

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Episode 39 BONUS CONTENT

In episode 39, Stacey interviews Gabriele Dillmann, an associate professor of German at Denison University, a liberal arts college in Ohio. Gabriele is the director of the Great Lakes Colleges Association's Shared Languages Program, a project that aims to address issues facing upper-level under-enrolled language courses as well as broadening the course offerings for lesser-taught languages. 

This post contains BONUS content, a supplement about the technology Gabriele uses to make her teaching possible!

For links and show notes, visit http://weteachlang.com/2018/02/09/ep-39-with-gabriele-dillmann

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