- How can watching videos and listening to music help your students learn?
- How do you incorporate the smell and taste of food into your classroom?
- How can seeing and touching cultural objects and artifacts be used to improve student engagement in learning?
Special guest presentation "Senses & Polysemy: Semantics in the Kitchen" by Dr. Suriya Sriphrom, Adjunct Lecturer in the Southeast Asian and ASEAN Studies Program
Dr. Suriya Sriphrom, Southeast Asian Studies
"Senses and Polysemy: Semantics in the Kitchen"
Yasemin Kole, Near Eastern Studies
"Three Colors, Numbers, and Vegetables"
Nyamsuren Dorjpalam, Central Eurasian Studies
"Teaching Different Taste"
Ankurita Roy, Dhar India Studies
"Learning 'Sound Soul Words' Through Music"
Nevin Durmaz, Central Eurasian Studies
"How to Make Turkish Coffee"
Krissie Butler, Spanish and Portuguese
"Learning the Human Body Through Picasso"
Aliya Sultanova, Central Eurasian Studies
"'Wake up' Game"
Natalia Ramirez Casalvolone, Literacy, Culture, and Language Education
"Using YouTube News Clips to Develop Cultural Awareness and Language Knowledge"
Ying Sun, East Asian Languages and Cultures
"The Taste of Family"
Dinara Abakirova, Central Eurasian Studies
"Teaching Numbers with Culture-Specific Concepts"
Jenna Smith, Second Language Studies
Center for Language Excellence; Center for Language Technology; Southeast Asian and ASEAN Studies; French & Italian; East Asian Languages & Cultures; European Studies; Slavic & East European Languages & Cultures; Literacy, Culture & Language Education; Near Eastern Languages & Cultures; Spanish & Portuguese