Duolingo in the Classroom Friday, 11 November 2016 13:30 Vanessa Fernández Duolingo’s Classroom FacebookTwitterMeneameShare Duolingo’s Classroom Contribution to the blog topic by Julián Andrés Soler Higuera, student of the Master’s Degree in Education and New Technologies. There is no doubt that one of the most influential factors in the teaching process is student motivation, and this factor is not easy to achieve. Attracting students with innovative activities is conducive to educational practice and its development.

That’s why things like Duolingo

Such interactive language learning tools are recognized and welcomed by students and teachers from different schools. Duolingo is an easy-to-use, fun, engaging platform, and best of all, it’s free. It is proving its effectiveness for language learning, and even teachers around the world are ada Taiwanese number pting their courses to incorporate Duolingo into their courses, and more! So now the company responsible for developing this innovative interactive tool has launched a service specifically for educational institutions called “Duolingo for school”, which offers a range of new options to allow teachers and students to better utilize this platform. . I invite you to check out the link to try Duolingo in your classroom.

Kahut Experience!

Class Friday, November 11, 2016 10:26 Vanessa Fernández Kahoot Experience! Share your Kahoot experience in the classroom FacebookTwitterMeneame! The class was organized by Education and created a questionnaire consisting of 25 multiple-choice SNBD Host questions as a contri bution to the topic of the blog by Inmaculada González Guerrero, a Master student in Degrees and New Technologies. Have you used Kahoot? in class? Using smartphones to work in class can be .

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