Innovative Language Pedagogy Report - The Shortlist
Innovating Language Pedagogy Report: the shortlist
As the editors of the forthcoming publication “Innovating Language Pedagogy Report”, to be published by ResearchPublishing.Net in 2020, we are seeking the input of experts in the field and ask you to complete this short survey.
The Innovating Language Pedagogy Report explores new approaches to language teaching, learning and assessment in schools, FE and HE institutions. It seeks to highlight and disseminate innovative pedagogical practices in the languages field in a clear, accessible way to inform and guide educators and policymakers to help regenerate and transform language learning.
Following the methodology of the renowned Innovating Pedagogy Reports by our colleagues at the Institute of Educational Technology at the Open University (
), we are seeking your expertise in drawing up a shortlist of innovative pedagogies that will have an impact on language teaching and learning that will feature in the report. We asked some experts to nominate a number of pedagogies for the longlist; we are now asking fo your expert advice to draw up the shortlist.
In the next section we ask you to select the top three pedagogies that you think should make it to the report for being relevant and impactful in language teaching and learning. You should select three pedagogies that will have an impact in the in the short, medium or long term, rather than those that you think are already well-established.
Any information you provide will, of course, be treated confidentially and the data from this survey will be anomymised if reported in any publication or presentation.
Thank you for your help!
Tita Beaven and Fernando Rosell-Aguilar
Please select the three innovative pedagogies that you think are the most likely to have an impact on language learning and learning in the short, medium or long term:
Interaction with online voice assistants (e.g. Alexa)
LMOOCs (Language Massive Online Open Courses)
Technology-facilitated oral homework
Language teaching in multilingual context (translanguaging multi-literacies)
Digital storytelling / Fanfiction
Stories for reading and listening
Microcredentials and badges
Automatic Speech recognition
Action Oriented approaches
Decolonising language learning
Language awareness for young children
Learning in the wild
Independent, autonomous learning without a teacher
Use of streamed video content
Teaching morphology / syntax / discourse analysis at school
Ipsative assessment (based on a learner’s previous work rather than performance against external criteria)
Analytics of emotions
Learning through wonder
Using design thinking strategies
CLIL (Content and language integrated learning)
Audiovisual translation for L2 instruction
Please let us know in what sector you work
College/Further Education/Adult Education
Please tell us your role at that institution (e.g. Spanish teacher, Japanese lecturer, researcher...)
How many years have you been involved in language education for?
Less than 3 years
Over 20 years
Please provide your name (optional)
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