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|Title:||Social Learning Analytics in Online Language Learning: Challenges and Future Directions.||Authors:||Thomas, Michael
|Issue Date:||2017||Publisher:||Routledge||Source:||Wong, Lillian L.C.; Hyland, Ken (Ed.). Faces of English Education: Students, Teachers and Pedagogy, Routledge, p. 197-212||Abstract:||Faces of English Education provides an accessible, wide-ranging introduction to current perspectives on English language education, covering new areas of interest and recent studies in the field. In seventeen specially commissioned chapters written by international experts and practitioners, this book: offers an authoritative discussion of theoretical issues and debates surrounding key topics such as identity, motivation, teacher education and classroom pedagogy; discusses teaching from the perspective of the student as well as the teacher, and features sections on both in- and out-of-class learning; showcases the latest teaching research and methods, including MOOCs, use of corpora, and blended learning, and addresses the interface between theory and practice; analyses the different ways and contexts in which English is taught, learned and used around the world. Faces of English Education is essential reading for pre- and in-service teachers, researchers in TESOL and applied linguistics, and teacher educators, as well as upper undergraduate and postgraduate students studying related topics.||Document URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/1942/23954||ISBN:||9781138201590||Rights:||(c) 2017 selection and editorial matter, Lillion L.C. Wong and Ken Hyland; individual chapters, the contributors.||Category:||B2||Type:||Book Section||Validations:||vabb 2019|
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