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25 Pedagogy Ideas Teachers Found on Twitter

Via Beth Dichter
Beth Dichter's curator insight, December 9, 2014 9:18 PM

This issue of the UKED magazine has one article that you should check out. They surveyed teachers and asked ideas they had found on Twitter and implemented in their classroom. The top 25 are shared in this article, and many include a link to additional resources. There are many that you will know, but there are a few that were new to me (at least, the acronyms the used were). Below is a list of five of the ideas, which they refer to as pedagogies. Check out the link to see a larger version of the image above as well as additional information on each.(And this article starts on page 19 in the magazine.)

* FiSH feedback (which stands for Friendly, Informative, Specific and Honest feedback)

* DIRT feedback (which stands for Dedicated Improvement and Reflection Time)

* Virtual Global Exchanges

* Takeaway Homework

Janet McQueen's curator insight, December 10, 2014 4:32 PM

A resource of ideas that teachers have found implemented in their classrooms. With useful links provided.  

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Learning & Teaching Foreign Languages: Noticing

Learning & Teaching Foreign Languages: Noticing | EFL Teaching Journal | Scoop.it

An example of the second language acquisition concept of "noticing," where learners see a gap between their own interlanguage and the target language, or come to understand a new target language feature.


This university learner also talks about her learning strategies for translation between two foreign languages, and how they developed over time.

Via Shona Whyte, Evdokia Roka
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