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Q&A sessions completed

Today we had the second and last session on Twitter and our students gave answers to several questions about studying for the Master of Arts in Digital Technologies for Language Teaching. We hope that during the two sessions we answered

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Survey about attitudes to postgraduate study

The social media promotion team of the Master of Arts in Digital Technologies for Language Teaching of the University of Nottingham is running a survey about attitudes towards postgraduate study. Respondents in the survey will have a chance to win a

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US teachers surveyed on using digital games in class

A recent survey of US teachers show that that the use of digital games in the classroom is becoming more common and teachers are increasingly valuing the ability games have to motivate low-performing students. Read the results of the survey:

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What teachers say about the benefits and impacts of using games in the classroom?

In a recent research by the Joan Ganz Cooney Center about digital games in the classroom teachers said the use of games can have a huge benefit for those students who have struggled in regular school situations and tests. Nearly

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Language shapes our moral judgments

Did you know that answers on a questionnaire can be influenced by whether the questions are presented in one’s native language? Read the fascinating article of Catherine Caldwell-Harris, Associate Professor of Psychology at Boston University, about how the language can

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