Strangers in a Strange Land: Teachers' Beliefs About Teaching and Learning French as a Second Language in Online Learning Environments (2000)

This study first aims to profile the beliefs of teachers of French as a second and foreign language (FSFL) about teaching and learning in online learning environments (OLEs). Secondly, it aims to understand in what ways the beliefs reflect the evolution of approaches, learning theories and use of technology in the teaching of FSFL throughout the past century. The report recommends helping teachers to develop an understanding of the nature of OLEs and the types of learning and teaching styles that OLEs best support.

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Elizabeth Murphy. Strangers in a Strange Land: Teachers' Beliefs About Teaching and Learning French as a Second Language in Online Learning Environments 2000. Web. 1 Oct. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/stranger/contents.htm>
Elizabeth Murphy (2000). Strangers in a Strange Land: Teachers' Beliefs About Teaching and Learning French as a Second Language in Online Learning Environments. Retrieved October 1, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/stranger/contents.htm
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