Author Archives: Andrea

About Andrea

I am a teacher, dancer, and Spanish-speaker. This is my place to organize & share my thoughts on teaching, foreign language & language learning.

Learning to Teach in a Blended Classroom

I’m cleaning out my drafts folder this week, and I found this gem from September 2016.  Y’all, my students got computers this year. Each and every one of my students was issued a Dell Laptop from the school for use … Continue reading

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Embed a Timer in Google Slides

I’m cleaning out my drafts folder this week. This post is brought to you from August 2015. 🙂 Do you use Google Slides? I am using it this year and just learned this neat trick: you can embed a video … Continue reading

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Curation: Sort, Share, & Steal

Recently I read some posts on curation over at Cult of Pedagogy. I think curation is useful not only for ourselves, but can save other teachers a lot time when those curated collections are shared. Today I want to share … Continue reading

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#SCOLT19: #AuthRes for the Novice Language Learner

Who’s headed to SCOLT? Me! I am very excited to be representing Georgia as “Best of Flag” with my presentation #AuthRes for the Novice Language Learner. If you caught me at FLAG/SCOLT last year, it will be much the same, but … Continue reading

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Perú – 2018 SCOLT Scholarship Winner

This summer, I had the opportunity to study in Cusco, Perú for two weeks with a scholarship from SCOLT. It was my first time in South America and such a gift to experience in a study abroad setting. As required … Continue reading

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Blog update/Linked Resources

Hello and happy summer! I wanted to write a short post to share a few projects I’ve been working on for a class I’m taking. I’m taking a visual media course for my specialist degree in instructional technology, and we … Continue reading

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Exam Review Choice Boards for Spanish 1 and 2

Spanish 1 Tic Tac Toe Review board – click the image for a copiable google doc #snapthoughts – Spanish 1 Choice Board Reflection   Spanish 2 Review Board – Pick one from each column #snapthoughts – Spanish 2 Choice Board

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