Teachers, Duolingo has a lot for you.
Howdy, language educators around the World! As you may already know, Duolingo is much more than just another language app on your students’ phones. There is a Duolingo community, Duolingo Bots, Duolingo Stories, etc.
This time we wanted to tell you something about the Duolingo Forums.
For some time now, HelpfulDuo has been creating posts dealing with topics that may be helpful for anyone learning Spanish, Portuguese and Japanese. There are grammar posts, vocabulary posts, language usage posts and even seasonal posts! We encourage you to have a look at them as they might be helpful for your classes or as self reference for your students.
Here is the link to the summary posts to each language where you can find a interesting list of topics we have covered:
We also recommend HelpfulDuo's posts for ESL teacher who are teaching English to Spanish, Portuguese and Japanese learners:
- Posts for Spanish speakers learning English
- Posts for Portuguese speakers learning English
- Posts for Japanese speakers learning English
Tell us how it went! Have you used any of these posts in your lessons? How?
Yes, I agree. I think bot always mislead forum rules of duolingo, and are accepted by duolingo. Bots do weird things, and they can hack other people 's nicknames, and the forum rules say that hackers cannot be used. One person now is my friend, and he said: My nick has been hacked by bot-news-duo and don't mess with them, otherwise hacked. This is a link of him: https://www.duolingo.com/ThienAn095
Hello! Are your students who speak Spanish wanting to learn an additional language? You can setup a Duolingo classroom (www.schools.duolingo.com) and arrange that students who speak Spanish learn French, English, German, etc. Here's a link to a list of languages Duolingo offers to Spanish speakers currently: https://www.duolingo.com/courses/es
Hello, @NairRosade, thank you for writing in for help. Can you tell me a little bit more about the issue you're having? If lessons are slow to load it may be an internet connectivity issue. When possible, please take a screenshot of any issues you're having and submit them via a bug report.
Here's a link that outlines how to report issues to Duolingo staff. https://support.duolingo.com/hc/en-us/sections/200864570-Reporting-Issues
The Duolingo Help Center is also a great resource for finding support assistance. https://support.duolingo.com/hc/en-us
Dear friends, when I started with Duolingo I wanted to learn German from English, then I found out there was the possibility of creating classes with Duolingo for schools. Since I am an English teacher I have created a class on Duolingo for schools but I am afraid I cannot manage it properly Might it be because my first registration was for German? I would be interested in giving stories assignements to my students but cannot manage. Could anybody help?
I have used Duolingo School for my ESL classes since its creation. Up until now, I had no trouble.
With my new groups for this school year, the account creation isn't working. All the students get the same user ID ("None") and some even have the same password. I have read the setup guide to see if anything has changed, but nothing is supposed to be different.
Am I the only one with this issue? Help!
I have got a problem with my second classroom as well. The first one works really great, but the second one, for which i got new passwords, don't work. None of them. I allready asked in another discussion, i hope i get the answer quickly... Thanks already, because i'm really enthusiastic about duolingo!
Thanks for addressing this! Please contact the teacher support channel email, firstname.lastname@example.org. There was a Duolingo updated conducted that briefly affected progress reports for teachers. It should be fixed now. Please email into the teacher's support team if you still have this issue or if you have any other questions or concerns. Thank you!