Workshop: From one Link to the others-Personalizing Teaching and Learning Language Styles


Rivera, Joel Laffita and Pierre Bigot, Julien (2019) Workshop: From one Link to the others-Personalizing Teaching and Learning Language Styles. In: 8th International Language Learning Conference (8th ILLC 2019), 16-18 July 2019, Penang.

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The core intention of this workshop is to equip participants with computer tools-management inputs and pedagogical insights that are necessary to teach and learn languages trough Blended Learning (BL). Blended Learning is defined as a Tech-Instructive Approach and its main objective is to use the technological advances of the Digital Era to benefit the Education sector in general (Skrypnyk et al., 2015). The term Blended Learning is used to describe the way e-learning is combined with traditional classroom methods and creates a hybrid teaching methodology. The digital technologies help teachers working with learners, and assist learners to work independently to perform necessary ‘languaging’ that makes their language development possible (Garry Motteram (2013). Due to the implementation of BL in teaching and learning practices; different teaching and learning language styles can be accommodated. Teachers can use several different Internet sources to create and perform effective BL language classes. Students can learn at any time and at any place and at their own peacetime. Today, the use of technologies has become the faster way to transfer knowledge in many fields, including schools. Thus, BL is used as a teaching and learning approach in many Educational Institutions, where different languages are being offering

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: L Education > LB Theory and practice of education > LB1060 Learning
Divisions: Faculty of Applied Communication (FAC)
Depositing User: Ms Rosnani Abd Wahab
Date Deposited: 29 Oct 2021 03:16
Last Modified: 29 Oct 2021 03:16


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