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Online Learning in the World Language Classroom

Online Learning in the World Language Classroom

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Does anyone supplement their classroom with online learning? I have a widely differentiated Spanish class (beginner to native in the same class) and am trying to find ways for them to each push their skills through an online program (which would supplement what I do in the classroom). I am looking at using a program such as LiveMocha or some other online language learning program for them to to further their language whether they are a beginner or advanced student. I was wondering if anyone has any experiences using an online language learning program or have recommendations or reviews on any online programs? Thanks!

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Jonna Book's picture

One more question,
does anyone have experience with Nulu, Live Mocha or in helping students create their own learning goals/ learning progressions? If so, please comment as well...

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Sra. Witten
High School Spanish Teacher flipping over the Flipped Class

I tried to use NULU during their trial period last year, and it wouldn't do the things that I wanted it to do. It wouldn't notify students of assignments, which I thought was a huge drawback.

I also wanted to mention that I am using the flipped class and incorporating technology that way in my classes. If you are interested in learning more, check out my recorded webinar at


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