Digital Language Learning and Teaching: Research, Theory, and Practice

TIRF (The International Research Foundation for English Language Education) will soon be releasing another volume in a co-published series with Routledge. The book is called Digital Language Learning and Teaching: Research, Theory, and Practice and is due to be published to coincide with the TESOL Convention in Seattle in March.

The volume starts off with an introduction to Digital Learning by Michael Carrier. Part I looks at the Research Perspective and includes a chapter entitled Technology as a Teaching and Learning Tool in the Flipped Classroom

Part II: looks at The Pedagogical Perspective and includes the chapter Synchronous Online Teaching by Nik Peachey

My own chapter is entitled Blended Learning Design and Practice

Chapter 16 is: Remote Teaching: A Case Study in Teaching English to Primary School Children in Uruguay via Videoconferencing by Graham Stanley

I personally cannot wait to read Chapter 19: Imagining the Potential for Using Virtual Reality Technologies in Language Learning by Anna Lloyd, Sarah Rogerson, and Geoff Stead.

The volume concludes with Digital Learning in 2020 by Nicky Hockly and Gavin Dudeney.

For more information, see: https://www.facebook.com/tirfonline/