Digital tools help with flipped language instruction

03/3/2013 | Education Week

Tom Vander Ark in this blog post writes about how Harvard-Westlake School in California is using technology to enhance its students' experience with learning foreign languages. Students blog about their reading assignments in Latin, and four different language programs use digital storytelling applications to communicate in their second languages. Other strategies, including implementing Google apps and video and voice recording, allow for smoother collaboration and instant feedback.

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