The LCLC was proud to host the 2016 Chicago Language Symposium on the UIC campus April 15th and 16th, 2016.

 

Presentations

Keynote: Finding the perfect blend: Mixing research, design, and assessment
Lara Lomicka – University of South Carolina
Watch a video of this presentation. View the slides from this presentation. More about Lara Lomicka.

Workshop: Tools for the Blended Classroom
Lara Lomicka – University of South Carolina
View the slides from this presentation. View a list of tools presented in this workshop. (Includes links to the tools.)

Technology Based-Teaching Approaches in Language Programs: Challenges, Strategies, and Looking to the Future
Cassie Isabelli – University of Nevada, Reno
More about Cassie Isabelli.

Intermediate-level Hybrid Chinese Language Class Model
Li Jin – DePaul University
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The Flipped Classroom in Introductory Foreign Language Teaching
Susan Hojnacki – Michigan State University
More about Susan Hojnacki.

Learning How to Learn: Students’ Interactions with the Online Components of a Spanish Language Program
Jennifer Vojtko Rubi – University of Iowa
More about Jennifer Vojtko Rubi.

Effectively Implementing Social Reading Technologies
Susanne Rott, Anci Cao, Silvia Fortuna Dias, & Victoria Derevyanskaya – University of Illinois at Chicago
View the slides from this presentation. More about Susanne Rott. Contact Anci Cao.
Contact Silvia Fortuna Dias. Contact Victoria Derevyanskaya.

Blending and flipping basic and intermediate Spanish: Course development and reception
Bradley Hoot & Carolina Barrera-Tobón – DePaul University
View the slides from this presentation. More about Bradley Hoot. More about Carolina Barrera-Tobón.

How to optimize the online component of an Intermediate French flipped classroom using videos
Patricia Scarampi, Christiane Rey, & Aude Raymond – Northwestern University
View the slides from this presentation. More about Patricia Scarampi.
More about Christiane Rey. More about Aude Raymond.

Gamification as a Tool for the Blended-Learning Pedagogical Model
Tetyana Dzyadevych – University of Illinois at Chicago
More about Tetyana Dzyadevych.

 

 

The 2016 Chicago Language Symposium was co-sponsored by Northwestern University, the University of Chicago, and DePaul University, and by our UIC co-sponsors: the Department of French and Francophone Studies; Department of Hispanic and Italian Studies; and the School of Literatures, Cultural Studies and Linguistics.