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Synchronous/Asynchronous Learning apps



Year of publication 2021
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Education

Description I found that online teaching with a good asynchronous follow-up helps children with various special needs to be able to go through materials from the lesson again if they are presented in a user-friendly way. Therefore, there will be part of the synchronous lesson presented with the aims, lead in, activities and then the asynchronous tools will be shown, i.e. Google classroom for organising the work, screencast-o-matic for presenting grammar and giving feedback, videos with jamboard tasks (where the children do not have to write, only move pictures or words), learning apps for playing games that help children memorize vocabulary as well as chunks of language, and finally, creating escape rooms as round up/revision lessons.

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