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  • The Disparate Impact of COVID‐19 Remote Learning on English Learners in the United States

    • Aug 30, 2020
    • Peter Sayer

    The March 2020 closure of most schools in the United States due to the COVID‐19 pandemic marked a sudden and dramatic shift in how teaching and learning happened. All the 55 million K‐12 students were deeply affected by the move from face‐to‐face to remote learning.

  • The Adoption of Facebook as a Virtual Class Whiteboard: Promoting EFL Students’ Engagement in Language Tasks

    • Mar 19, 2020
    • Mark B. Ulla William F. Perales

    Facebook, as one of the most popular social media sites, has been the subject of many studies especially in the field of English language teaching (ELT) in recent years.

  • Freelance Language Teachers: Negotiating Authenticity and Legitimacy at the Periphery

    • Oct 22, 2019
    • Allie Spencer Patterson

    This multiple case study explores the means through which freelance teachers establish their legitimacy in their classrooms outside of formal institutions.

  • EFL Teachers’ Reflective Practice, Job Satisfaction, and school Context Cariables: Exploring Possible Relationships

    • Jun 20, 2019
    • Mohammad Aliakbari Reza Khany Maryam Adibpour

    Concentrating on job satisfaction and five school context variables—teacher autonomy, collegial support, time pressure, student demotivation, and student discipline problems—this study explored the interplay of these variables with reflective teaching and their relative contributions to prediction of teacher reflection.