Innovating Pedagogy

This series of reports explores new forms of teaching, learning and assessment for an interactive world, to guide teachers and policy makers in productive innovation.

View the 2017 Innovating Pedagogy Report

This sixth report, produced in collaboration with the Learning In a NetworKed Society (LINKS) Israeli Center of Research Excellence (I-CORE), proposes ten innovations that are already in currency but have not yet had a profound influence on education.

Hebrew, Chinese and Korean versions

The report is also available in Hebrew, Chinese and Korean.

View the 2017 Innovating Pedagogy Report in Hebrew.

View the 2017 Innovating Pedagogy report in Chinese.

View the 2017 Innovating Pedagogy report in Korean.

You can see a summary of each innovation using the menu on the right. Please add your comments on the report and the innovations.

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4 Responses to Innovating Pedagogy

  1. As a bilingual person my favorite by far was translanguaging – I was wondering if and how multilingual education can be fostered in higher ed outside the language learning classroom – did you encounter any examples?

    • Agnes Kukulska-Hulme says:

      Hi Stefanie
      You might be interested in an example of how mobile devices have supported tertiary students learning Spanish through visiting a local Spanish-speaking community and playing a place-based mobile game there – the authors write that they aim to produce “translingual and transcultural” speakers. You can imagine this game-based approach being used in communities where multiple languages are spoken as well, perhaps integrating elements of ad hoc translation and recording language samples using mobile phones. Here is the reference to the Spanish game example and the link to the paper:
      Holden, C. L., & Sykes, J. M. (2011). Leveraging mobile games for place-based language learning. International Journal of Game-Based Learning, Volume 1, issue 2, pages 1-18.
      Access it for free (click on ‘Sample pdf’ link):

  2. Please see our review at – we would love to do a ‘behind the scenes’ follow-up if authors are amenable to a brief email interview.

  3. admin says:

    Please add your comments on the report and its themes.

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