Joy Egbert

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Although the literature on flipped instruction to date appears to be relatively atheoretical, the benefits listed in the flipped literature fit well with theories of optimal learning environments (e.g., Egbert, Hanson-Smith, & Chao, 2007) and student engagement (Lin, 2012, and others). This conceptual paper links flipped instruction to these two models and(More)
Pre-service teachers who use the Internet both for course preparation and student resources need to be aware of and also help their future students understand the influences under which the Internet operates. In this paper, the authors explore pre-service teachers’ awareness of Internet hegemonies and investigate whether and how this awareness changes after(More)
This paper is grounded in the concept that it is the use of the technology to support language learning, not the technology itself, which makes a difference in language learning contexts. From this foundation, this paper provides a brief overview of some of the issues in the field of CALL that currently hold import and may be even more central in the(More)
This book brings fresh ideas to the field of Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL). According to the editors, it is "not a how-to-do research book" (p. ix), nor is it a practical volume in the traditional sense of addressing teachers’ and researchers’ needs; at times it is directed more at knowledgeable specialists than general practitioners. Thus,(More)
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