The Plastic Brain

Teachers Visual Guide to Backchanneling in The Classroom [reblog]

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Backchanneling is an important skill in the 21st century education. By definition, backchanneling is interacting with the primary activity through participating in a secondary activity. For instance, you might be watching a documentary and in the same time sharing information nuggets about it with your friends on Twitter, or, you might be exchanging short messages with colleagues attending the same lecture…etc.”

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Teachers Visual Guide to Backchanneling in The Classroom ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning.

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Author: Rogan Tinsley

Biology, science and maths teacher with a PhD in Neuroscience and passion for education.

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