This volume addresses the need for a more considered and systematic approach to teacher education and training in Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL), in all its forms: Technology Enhanced Language Learning, Network-Based Language Learning, Information and Communication Technologies for Language Learning and so on. The 20 chapters of the book are divided into five parts: (1) foundations of teacher education in CALL; (2) CALL degree programs; (3) CALL pre-service courses; (4) CALL in-service projects, courses, and workshops; (5) alternatives to formal CALL training. The chapters cover a broad range of levels, environments, countries, and languages. Rather than simply offering inspired speculation, the chapters provide practical information to readers, reporting on what has actually been done in a wide variety of teacher education programs and courses around the world. In many cases, the chapters describe how programs and courses have evolved, and include either qualitative or quantitative research, or both, to inform the structure of CALL courses, tasks and activities.If more serious business, such as a joint presentation, is looming, members can retreat to an individual office for ... for example, to attend a membera#39;s PhD defense in Spain, or to travel to a conference where someone is presenting on land (seeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Teacher Education in CALL|
|Author||:||Philip Hubbard, Mike Levy|
|Publisher||:||John Benjamins Publishing - 2006-01-01|