Learner autonomy and blended learning in the language classroom
This contribution is based on a pilot study intended to examine the effect of increased learner autonomy through blended learning on student engagement, satisfaction and target language proficiency improvements in an intermediate Japanese language class. Data collected for this target study was limited largely to voluntary, anonymous student self-reporting and a comparison of statistical data gathered from anonymous, standardised course evaluation surveys. As a pilot study, the goal is...[Show more]
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|Source:||Practices and Policies: Current Research in Languages and Cultures Education. Selected Proceedings of the Second National LCNAU Colloquium. Canberra, 3-5 July 2013|
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