Innovative educational technologies in foreign languages teaching

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1. People with fixed mindsets believe that your self is set, and won’t be changed by the everyday work experience. Those with fixed mindsets tend to

1.1. have problems with obstacles or challenges, regardless of their IQ

2. COIL Collaborative Online International Learning - referred to as globally networked learning and virtual exchange, is a new teaching and learning paradigm that promotes the development of intercultural competence across shared multicultural learning environments.

2.1. IT HELPS TO DEVELOP RELATIONSHIP WITH PEOPLE IN ANOTHER NATION.

3. Mobile-assisted language learning (MALL) focuses on the mobility of the learning practice and emphasizes the interaction between the learner and learning content, peers or instructors, which can improve effectiveness, flexibility, and convenience of learning. Mobile devices:

3.1. →Quizlet;

3.1.1. → English Launch Pad;

3.2. →Duolingo;

3.3. → Culips ESL Podcast;

3.4. → MyWordBook;

3.5. → KAHOOT.

4. People with growth mindsets see challenges as learning opportunities, and believe they can grow with each obstacle they navigate. These growth-minded people tend to

4.1. outperform their fixed peers, no matter whose base IQ was higher

5. Behaviourism - conditioning → stimuli → response → stimuli

6. A pedagogical framework during teaching to students: teacher wisdom → device features → learner mobilities → language dynamics

7. Innovative educational technologies in the teaching / learning of foreign languages

7.1. s

7.1.1. Tech’schools infrastructure – learning theories:

7.1.1.1. Cognitivism - how information is presented on → how things are organized

7.1.1.2. Constructivism – complex,realistic,relevant environments → social negotiations → multiple models of representation → encourage ownership→ nurture self-awareness

8. Innovative Culture of Educator in the 21st Century, including Teacher , Interpreter / Translator going forward

8.1. The power of yet → praise wisely → reward yet → change student’s mindset by pushing into difficulties = equality.

8.1.1. There is someone who says

8.1.1.1. I love challenging

8.1.1.1.1. → start to work hard → to learn more

8.1.1.2. It is catastrophic

8.1.1.2.1. → fail the test → cheat → find someone worse → run from difficulty

9. Fundamentals of innovation of educational processes. Pedagogical heuristics

9.1. THE EUREKA PEDAGOGY - Learning centric:

9.2. → Quality

9.3. → Quantity

9.4. → Technology

9.5. Heuristic – the method of teaching allowing students to learnby discovering things themselves and learning from their own experiencesrather than by telling them things.

9.6. Inquiry-based learning→ Learners are faced with a question or a problem, which must be solved through investigation and research → tips for the classroom:

9.6.1. Levels of IBL :

9.6.2. → structured – good for teachers new to IBL

9.6.3. → guided – give students more responsibility

9.6.4. → open – students take the lead

9.6.5. → coupled – both levels

9.7. KWL charts :

9.7.1. → what we know

9.7.2. → what we want

9.7.3. → what we learned

10. Project work as a component of innovative technologies

10.1. Team roles by Belbin:

10.2. presources investigator

10.3. co-ordinator

10.4. teamworker

10.5. shaper

10.6. implementer

10.7. completer finisher

10.8. specialist

10.9. monitor evaluator

10.10. plant

11. BYOD - mobile learning features. Mobile pedagogy

11.1. BYOD – bring your own device

12. Artificial Intelligence (AI) in foreign language learning

12.1. Artificial Intelligence in Foreign Language Learning – the intelligence exhibited by computers either in the form of hardware or software

12.1.1. BUSUU is a complete mobile language learning system

12.2. The golden triangle:

12.3. → train ai developers

12.4. → train educators and trainers

12.5. → engage educators,trainers, researches and AI developers in co-development

13. Virtual reality (VR) as a tool of enhancing students' motivation to develop sociolinguistic competence (SLC)

13.1. Virtual Language Learning (VR learning). Pros of VR learning:

13.1.1. → it’s nonlinear, student can navigate to find the forgotten information or tap to the next step;

13.1.2. → the student can choose what is their direction what to focus on;

13.1.3. → during VR learning students are able to remember more words than students who are taking classes;

13.1.4. → a lot of people cann’t access to native speakers but VR learning can provide it

14. Use of interactive technologies and online platforms to build students' foreign language competence and soft skills

14.1. Handy Google templates for creating classroom newspaper:

14.2. 1. Elementary Student Newspaper Template Page 1

14.3. 2. Colonial Newspaper Template.doc,

14.4. 3. Gilley Gazette Newspaper Template

14.5. 4. The Changing Times by Joni Brown