Book Title: Blended Language Learning: Evidence-Based Trends and Applications

Authors: Agnieszka Palalas and Chrysoula Lazou

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Book Description: As research and best practices on the use of Blended Language Learning (BLL) pedagogies and technologies evolve, there is a need to document and share them with the international second and foreign language learning researchers and practitioners. Experts and leaders in the field have contributed chapters to this timely e-book to help guide educators and policy makers on how to successfully design and implement BLL.

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This peer-reviewed e-book comes at an unprecedented moment in online and digital education history, when the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way distance education and remote learning are viewed and practiced. With millions of learners and educators shifting to the online space, discovering the opportunities and challenges of online vis-à-vis offline learning, there has been more interest and appreciation for blending these practices.  Blended Learning (BL) is a rapidly developing area of education having tremendous implications for foreign and second language teaching and learning around the globe, particularly in the post-pandemic era that will be characterized by major shifts toward BL and transition to online learning. With the increasing popularity of Blended Language Learning (BLL), there is a need to share with our international colleagues’ research and practice reports pertaining to various aspects of BLL and to disseminate the knowledge of what works, what does not, and why.

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Agnieszka Palalas and Chrysoula Lazou

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Title
Blended Language Learning: Evidence-Based Trends and Applications
Authors
Agnieszka Palalas and Chrysoula Lazou
Editors
Agnieszka Palalas and Chrysoula Lazou
Contributors
Agnieszka Palalas; Avgoustos Tsinakos; Ayako Suto; Chrysoula Lazou; Elżbieta Gajek; Haida Umiera Hashim; Hiroshi Miyashita; Kikuko Yui; Kishio Sakamoto; Koichi Nishiyama; Masao Aikawa; Melor Md Yunus; Nikolaos Panagiotou; Rita Zuba Prokopetz; Sangeeth Ramalingam; Shigeo Fujiwara; Shinnosuke Takamichi; Takatoyo Umemoto; Tyler Barrett; Yasushi Tsubota; and Yasushige Ishikawa
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Primary Subject
Education
Additional Subject(s)
Language teaching and learning, Language teaching theory and methods, Language teaching and learning: second or additional languages, Language teaching and learning: first or native languages
Publisher
International Association for Blended Learning and Power Learning Solutions
Publication Date
October 21, 2021
Ebook ISBN
978-1-9993825-4-4