Innovating Pedagogy 2021: Open University Innovation Report 9

Kukulska-Hulme, Agnes; Bossu, Carina; Coughlan, Tim; Ferguson, Rebecca; FitzGerald, Elizabeth; Gaved, Mark; Herodotou, Christothea; Rienties, Bart; Sargent, Julia; Scanlon, Eileen; Tang, Jinlan; Wang, Qi; Whitelock, Denise and Zhang, Shuai (2021). Innovating Pedagogy 2021: Open University Innovation Report 9. The Open University, Milton Keynes.



This is the ninth report in a series of reports exploring new forms of teaching, learning and assessment. The reports are intended for teachers, policy makers, academics, students, researchers, designers of educational technology, and for anyone who is interested in pedagogical innovation and how education is changing.

This 2021 report was co-authored by researchers in the Open University's Institute of Educational Technology in collaboration with colleagues at the Artificial Intelligence and Human Languages Lab/The Institute of Online Education at Beijing Foreign Studies University. It proposes ten promising innovations that have not yet had a significant influence on education but deserve attention: -Best learning moments -Enriched realities -Gratitude as a pedagogy -Using chatbots in learning -Equity-oriented pedagogy -Hip-hop based education -Student co-created teaching and learning -Telecollaboration for language learning -Evidence-based teaching -Corpus-based pedagogy

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