Digital Teaching for Linguistics
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Digital Teaching for Linguistics re-imagines the teaching of linguistics in a digital environment. It provides both an introduction to digital pedagogy and a discussion of technologically-driven teaching practices that could be applied to any field of study.
Drawing on the authors’ extensive experience of successful delivery of web-based instruction and assessment, this book:
• provides extended analysis and discussion of the best practices for teaching in an online and blended context;
• features examples and case studies based on current research and teaching practice;
• proposes new methods of teaching and assessment in line with innovations in educational technology.
This book is essential reading for educators in the areas of Linguistics, English language, and Education seeking guidance and advice on how to design or adapt their teaching for a digital world.
Table of Contents
Introduction Part I: Teaching Linguistics Online 1. Innovations in Digital Pedagogy 2. The Role of the Linguistics Tutor 3. Developing Online & Blended Linguistics Communities Part II: Active and Interactive Teaching in Linguistics 4. Facilitating the Online Linguistics Seminar 5. Advanced Technologies & the Teaching of Linguistics 6. Experiments, Data Collection and Online Linguistics Practice Part III: Reconceptualising Assessment for Linguistics 7. Peer-to-Peer Assessment and Collaboration 8. Providing Formative Feedback Online 9. Explorations in Portfolio Assessment
Rebecca Gregory, Jessica Norledge, Peter Stockwell and Pawel Szudarski are academic staff in the School of English at the University of Nottingham. They are part of a team whose award-winning suite of online masters courses in ‘Applied English’ draws on two decades of experience and practice, and has received international recognition.