The Routledge handbook of language learning and teaching beyond the classroom / edited by Hayo Reinders, Chun Lai and Pia Sundqvist
- Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2022.
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- Reinders, Hayo, Lai, Chun (Language teacher), and Sundqvist, Pia
- The history of language learning and teaching beyond the classroom / Jonathon Reinhardt -- Mapping language learning environments / Phil Benson -- Interfacing formal education and language learning beyond the classroom / Steven L. Thorne and John Hellermann -- Participant-driven L2 learning in the wild : An overview and its pedagogical implications / Søren W. Eskildsen -- Learning beyond the classroom and autonomy / Geoff Sockett -- CALL in the Wild = a voyage of independent self-directed learning? / Liam Murray, Marta Giralt, Martin A. Mullen and Silvia Benini -- English language learning beyond the classroom : do learner factors matter? / Cynthia Lee -- The golden age of foreign language learning. Age and language learning beyond the classroom / Elke Peters -- Digital game-based language learning in extramural settings / Kyle W. Scholz -- Fostering learners' self-regulation and collaboration skills and strategies for mobile language learning beyond the classroom / Olga Viberg and Agnes Kukulska-Hulme -- Enhancing language and culture learning through social network technologies / Lina Lee -- Enhancing language and culture learning in the case of study abroad / Martin Howard -- Enhancing language and culture learning in migration contexts / Silvia Kunitz -- Learning to act in the social world : building interactional competence through everyday language use experiences / Arja Piirainen-Marsh and Niina Lilja -- Enhancing language learning in private tutoring / Kevin Wai Ho Yung -- Enhancing the quality of out-of-class learning in flipped learning / Jun Chen Hsieh, Michael W. Marek and Wen-Chi Vivian Wu -- Enhancing language learning beyond the classroom through advising / Jo Mynard and Satoko Kato -- Online learner communities for fostering autonomous learning beyond the classroom / Wenli Wu and Qing Ma -- Self-access centres for facilitating autonomous language learning / David Gardner -- Assessments of and for LBC / Tony Burner -- Ethics, privacy and security in researching LBC / Liss Kerstin Sylvén -- Evaluation of instruments for researching learners' LBC / Ju Seong Lee -- Methods and approaches to investigating language learning in the digital wilds / Shannon Sauro -- The use of mixed methods to study language learning beyond the classroom / Lisbeth M. Brevik and Nils Buchholtz -- Language learning diary studies in learning beyond the classroom contexts / Kathleen M. Bailey -- Doing LLBC research with young learners / Signe Hannibal Jensen -- Ethnography in LBC research / Anastasia Rothoni -- When classrooms aren't an option : researching mobile language learning through disruption / Matt Smith, Howard Scott and John Traxler -- Bringing beyond into the L2 classroom : on video ethnography and the 'wild' in-class use of smartphones / Peter Wikström and Marie Nilsberth -- Learning analytics and educational data mining in learning beyond the classroom / Michael Thomas.
- "Informal language learning beyond the classroom plays an important and growing role in language learning and teaching. This Handbook brings together the existing body of research and unites the various disciplines that have explored this area, in order to present the current state of knowledge in one accessible resource. Much of adult learning takes place outside of formal education and for language learning, it is likely that out-of-class experiences play an equally important role. It is therefore surprising that the role of informal language learning has received little attention over the years, with the vast majority of research instead focusing on the classroom. Researchers from a range of backgrounds, however, have started to realise the important contribution of informal language learning, both in its own right, and in its relationship with classroom learning. Studies in the areas of learner autonomy, learning strategies, study abroad, language support, learners' voices, computer-mediated communication, mobile-assisted language learning, digital gaming, and many others, all add to our understanding of the complex and intersecting ways in which learners construct their own language learning experiences, drawing from a wide range of resources, including materials, teachers, self-study, technology, other learners, and native speakers. This Handbook provides a sound and comprehensive basis for researchers and graduate students to build upon in their own research of language learning and teaching beyond the classroom"--
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