"iLrn transforms my classroom into an optimal, flipped experience. Scanning student results provides insight to problem areas to address in class, and students can work, learn, and grow at their own pace."
Jeff is a lecturer of French at North Carolina State University and has taught Elementary French I and II; Intermediate French I and II; French Phonetics and Pronunciation; and Advanced French Conversation: Contemporary Cultures. His experience ranges from summer immersion camps, education abroad, the community college and the 4-year university. Jeff currently uses iLrn along with Moodle in order to deliver a flipped-classroom experience that engages today's connected students.
Jeff holds a BA in French Language, Literature and Culture as well as a BA in Italian Language, Literature and Culture from James Madison University. He continued his French education at North Carolina State University where he earned an MA in French Language and Literature. Currently, Jeff is a PhD candidate in Educational Research and Policy Analysis. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Jeff mentors first-year teaching assistants who will instruct their own courses in the future. He recently completed training to integrate creative and critical thinking into his curricula.
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