Week 4- Loop Input

How can I integrate Loop Input into a course I teach? 

I quite like the Loop Input technique.  I’ve been trying to suss out in my head whether or not they used it in our course of study at SIT.  It certainly seemed like it; I remember the “Ah-ha!” moments I had.  I don’t remember if we explicitly discussed afterwards that it was happening, so it may have been experiential teaching only. 

Putting all that to one side, I do have a bit of a dilemma.  I don’t teach any courses on teacher training, though I have been imagining how a training program might work. I’m still in the information gathering stage, at this point.  It is very nice to have the point raised, however, because it gives me a specific issue to work out. 

Sorry, this is insufficient. Hopefully, I will be able to come up with a hypothetical situation and be able to answer this question properly. 

Thanks for reading! 



I've been tutoring ESOL and Basic Literacy since 2011, working out of our local small town libraries. Somewhere in there I decided to learn to be a better teacher only to find out that a Masters degree is only the beginning of learning. For 10 years I was a bike commuter and still love my bike and being outside, as long as someone yanks me off my current distraction (often computer related).

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