Following the philosophy and practice from the transformative movement of "open source", I have created material freely available to other students of Spanish (L2, heritage, or native speakers) and educators to use.
These materials were created with the aim to be pedagogical: Each work was done by students of Spanish, from novice to advanced levels. I cannot be more proud of the outcome, since, for me, this experience was truly 'transformative'. I modeled some of the work here but the vast majority were creative products.
This corpus includes:
Creative short stories
Virtual maps and galleries
A Digital Gallery of Quixotes [some images were courtesy of TAMU Cushing library archives from the Eduardo Urbina Cervantes collection and Cervantes Project, done by SPAN201—Honors' students]
(Socio-)linguistic teaching by Aggies
Digital magazines on the "Self"
I truly hope that other instructors can generate ideas by using these materials and be inspired by the power of education just as my students and I did. I strongly believe collaborative and independent works in the form of open-source material can change our lives. In this fashion, we [instructors and students] can demonstrate that teaching practices can come in many layers, whether that be in coordination with or by merging two distinct worlds: the classics and the digital 21-century avant-gardes.
Have fun! :)