The value of collecting feedback from students is two-folded. It both helps you as a teacher refine and improve your teaching and helps learners develop critical thinking skills, evaluate their own learning and act upon their reflections. We as teachers observe students and collect instant feedback in the classroom all the time, however this live interactive polling tool takes it to the next level. Here is how I used it.
Using digital journals is a great way of practicing writing while enhancing reflective thinking skills in language classes. Here is how I used them in my class in a nutshell.
There are innumerable ways of developing yourself as a teacher in the digital world. Most importantly, the digital world empowers teachers giving them a great degree of freedom as it helps self-directed learning without having to rely on anybody else or a higher authority. In this post you will see a list of online resources, tools and techniques for your professional development.
We’ve asked some of the best and brightest in education for their opinions on the hottest EdTech of 2018. These guys are the real deal – experts in education, teaching and new tech from all over the world from England to India, to New York and San Francisco.
Technology is such a natural part of learning that we no longer view them as separate from one another. Here are three ways of how I see it from an idealistic and a little bit of a futuristic perspective.