Tag: Próspero García

Researcher Leads Innovative Language Teaching Project in South Jersey Schools

Researcher Leads Innovative Language Teaching Project in South Jersey Schools

By Tom McLaughlin While research in applied linguistics and pedagogy is booming these days, language teachers and their students have yet to benefit from these research advances, explains Próspero García, an assistant professor of Spanish applied linguistics at Rutgers University–Camden. Looking to change that fact, the Rutgers–Camden researcher is now bringing pedagogical innovation to South […]

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Researcher and Student Team Up to Offer Spanish Language Pilot Program

Researcher and Student Team Up to Offer Spanish Language Pilot Program

Próspero Garcia, an assistant professor of Spanish at Rutgers–Camden, is leading the design and implementation of a successful pilot program at Absegami High School featuring “concept-based instruction,” a revolutionary pedagogical approach that he has been carrying out in his research.

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Students Learn Blogging Skills to Supplement Expertise

Students Learn Blogging Skills to Supplement Expertise

Jennifer Pope, a web designer for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, gave in-class lessons on blogging to students of Próspero N. García, an assistant professor in the Department of Foreign Languages.

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