Rivista Past Issues

Past Issue, 2020, “Teaching During Covid.”

Bjekovic, Nina and Tumolo, Joseph  ITALIAN IN THE DIGITAL SPHERE
Online Teaching During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Conoscenti, Rosalia Incoraggiare la partecipazione
dell’apprendente la scommessa (vincente) della didattica digitale

D’Elia-Zunino, Renée The Decameron’s Lessons, and My 100 Days
of Seeking Ways to Alleviate the Pain of COVID-19 in My Italian Classes

Eibenstein-Alvisi, Irene Blogging Italy

Forlino, Marino Culture-Based and Community-Engaged
Courses From languages and cultures in the community to communities
of language and culture learners

Picicci, Chris Going from Face-to-Face to Online Teaching
during the COVID-19 Pandemic Designing Curriculum in the Digital Age

Porcarelli, Angela Challenging Social Distancing with Online Teaching

Vegna, Veronica Teaching in the Time of COVID-19
Reflections on Teaching Italian Film during the Pandemic

Bartalesi-Graf, Daniela et al Creating a Global Online Learning Community
The Case of a Language MOOC During the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic

2019

Bonanno, Richard The Seven Cardinal Virtues of Italian Studies

Means, Tom Responsible Language Teaching: A Definition in Flux

Peer-reviewed teaching modules

2018

Ghelli, Samuel Insegnare senza il tradizionale textbook: Vantaggi del ‘manuale’ autoprodotto nell’insegnamento dell’italiano in Nord America

Iannuzzi, Giulia Là dove ‘l sì suona. L’italiano lingua seconda nei conservatori di musica italiani*

Tancredi, Francesco La sfida di decentramento nel laboratorio di “scrittura teatrale documentata”

Perrone, Lisa Ferrante (Re)Learning to Read

Morosin, Maria Simona Performative Pedagogy and Choreography for the Classroom

Innovation in Italian Programs and Pedagogy. Special Issue. 2018

2017

Nicoletta Cherubini “CONTENT AND LANGUAGE INTEGRATED LEARNING:
STATE OF THE ART AND INSIGHTS INTO FUTURE GLOBAL SCENARIOS.
AN INTERVIEW WITH DAVID MARSH”

Francesco Diodato “BELIEFS IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE LEARNING:
RESEARCH ON JAPANESE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS STUDYING ITALIAN”

Samuel Ghelli BOOK REVIEW Bruna Petrarca Boyle and John Giovannelli. Chiarissimo: Uno (2014) and Due (2016). Freeport, ME: Wayside Publishing.

2016

Tom Means and Larry Selinker, “Interlanguage Stretching within a Task-based Empirical Pedagogy

Louise Hipwell and Donatella Melucci, “From Traditional to Hybrid: A Comparative Study
                                                                            of Student Performance and Perceptions

Mirella Pederzoli, “Il materiale visivo nei manuali di italiano L2

Erika Piazzoli, “Mapping an Ethnography of Change in Teachers of Italian (L2) Learning Process                                  Drama

2015

Janice M. Aski, “Hybridity and Elementary Italian Language Courses: A Leap of Faith?