Vol 39 No. 1 (2022) Special Issue: Emergency Remote Language Teaching and Learning in Disruptive Times

Guest Edited by Li Jin, Elizabeth Deifell, and Katie Angus

Journal: CALICO Journal

Published: Dec 27, 2021

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Section Title Author Published
Emergency Remote Language Teaching and Learning in Disruptive Times Li Jin, Elizabeth Deifell, Katie Angus Dec 27, 2021
When “Blended” Becomes “Online” : A Data-Driven Study on the Change of Self- Directed Engagement During COVID-19 Dennis Foung, Julia Chen, Linda Lin Dec 27, 2021
Connecting Through Flipgrid : Examining Social Presence of English Language Learners in an Online Course During the Pandemic Ellen Yeh, Grace Y. Choi, Yonty Friesem Dec 27, 2021
Pivoting, Partnering, and Sensemaking : How Teachers Navigate the Transition to Remote Teaching Together Jillian M. Conry, Ann M. Wernick, Paige Ware Dec 27, 2021
“Siempre Adistanciados” : Ideology, Equity, and Access in Peruvian Emergency Distance Education for Spanish as a Second Language Michele Back, Virginia Zavala, Raiza Franco Dec 27, 2021
Book Reviews
Academic Writing with Corpora: A Resource Book for Data-Driven Learning by Tatyana Karpenko-Seccombe J. Elliott Casal Dec 27, 2021
Creating Effective Blended Language Learning Courses: A Research-Based Guide from Planning to Evaluation by Daria Mizza and Fernando Rubio Kathryn Murphy-Judy Dec 27, 2021
Open Education and Second Language Learning and Teaching: The Rise of a New Knowledge Ecology edited by Carl S. Blyth and Joshua J. Thoms Ananda Astrini Muhammad Dec 27, 2021
Learning Technology Reviews
Hypothesis Crystal Rose-Wainstock Dec 27, 2021