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Teacher's Visual Guide to Backchanneling in The Classroom

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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 There are several reasons why you need to try backchanneling with your students. According to langwitches, who designed the graphic below, the purpose for backchanneling with students could be :

  •  Collaborative note taking
  •  Curating information
  •  Capturing quotes
  •  Gathering and linking resources
  •  Sharing notes and adding one’s own perspective to others.
Whatever the reason behind using it, backchanneling is A good way to enhance reflective thinking and collaborative work inside your class. Check out the visual guide below to learn more about it. You can also read this article for more details on the graphic.


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