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Handbook of Research on Foreign Language Education in the Digital Age
A traditional form of classroom instruction, in which the instructor spends most of the class time lecturing students.
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Teaching Spanish in the Digital Age: A Flipped Classroom or Just Hybrid?
Clara Burgo (Loyola University Chicago, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-0177-0.ch005
Many hybrid programs have been created in higher education institutions in the US for the last 15 years, most of them consisting of the combination of classroom instruction and an online platform. However, the flipped classroom has become very popular recently as a result of this hybrid model of instruction. The purpose of this chapter is to respond to the following questions: What is a more recommended model for teaching Spanish in the digital age? What kind of activities should we focus on, as instructors, in the classroom? What works best for students to study and practice outside of the classroom? Both models will be described with their advantages and disadvantages so that instructors can choose the one that better fits their courses.
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Virtual and Augmented Reality Mirrors for Mental Health Treatment: Analysis and Future Directions
Regarding to ARMs, to have direct visual contact with the own depicted face on the mirror-like surface.
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Informal Communication in Virtual Learning Environments
Communication requiring the synchronous presence of participants in space and time.
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