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Die Grünen hybrider Kongress 2021

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Ruminations on a rainy day, accompanied by a glorious symphony of seagulls:

  • Is it ethical to build “forced choice” multiple choice questions that trick students into making errors in the name of trouble-shooting?
  • What kind of listening and reading comprehension questions are enlightening, and which ones just reduce a learner to a maker of mistakes?
  • How can I take my “whole brain” approach in face to face teaching online to better serve the solitary learner?


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