Digital Pedagogy


Rethinking Pedagogy for a Digital Age: Designing for 21st Century Learning 

Allen, Wendy W. (2014, January). “Developing Cultural Proficiency.” The Language Educator Magazine. ACTFL. Retrieved from:

Bennett, Brian. (2012, May). Redesigning Learning in a Flipped Classroom.

Byrne, Richard. Free Technology for Teachers: A Comparison of Blogging Platforms

Edudemic: The 10 Best Web Tools for Flipped Classrooms; The Teacher’s Guide to Flipped Classrooms

Edutopia: Flipped Classroom

Flipped Learning Network

Gonzalez, Jennifer. Modifying the Flipped Classroom: The In-Class Version

Kirch, Crystal. Flipping with Kirch.

Transparent Language. Flip Your Language Classroom the Right Way.


Creating a Free WordPress Blog – Tutorial for Beginners

The Flipped Class: Overcoming Common Hurdles

How to Set Up a Blog from Scratch Using

General Best Practices 

How to not be a Helicopter Professor and why that matters for us and our students.

Hands-on digital exercises: 

Speaking Proficiency

Writing Proficiency

Reading Proficiency

Listening Proficiency

Intercultural Learning

Digital Tools:

Collection of Digital Tools for Teaching and Learning with Categories Filter

Inventory of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Tools and Open Educational Resources

Denison U Library Collection

Zoom Video-Conferencing Tool

Google+ Hangouts 








Lesson Writer (English only)

Learning Apps – make your own exercises (various languages)

Collection of E-Learning Apps with Examples (Book)


Enhancing Pronunciation and Intonation

Students can video-record themselves on Zoom (here reading a poem), upload video to Dropbox and share link with instructor for review.

Reading, recording, sharing a poem with Zoom (See “Donnerstag”)

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Video Recording of Instructor Modeling Reading

Easy Generator




Global Partner Student Introductions

Saddan Genao Lizardo, an international Denison student from the Dominican Republic, is introduced by AUBG student Uje from Mongolia. Uje created a PPT presentation for her intermediate German class with Dr. Stantcheva/AUBG.

Saddan Genao Lizardo complete PPT.

Saddan at Denison and his home


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