Augmented reality for ESL/EFL and bilingual education: an international comparison

@article{HuertasAbril2021AugmentedRF,
  title={Augmented reality for ESL/EFL and bilingual education: an international comparison},
  author={Cristina A. Huertas-Abril and Jorge F. Figueroa-Flores and Mar{\'i}a Elena G{\'o}mez-Parra and Emarely Rosa-D{\'a}vila and Lisa F. Huffman},
  journal={Educaci{\'o}n XX1},
  year={2021},
  volume={24}
}
espanolEn las ultimas decadas, las tecnologias educativas han facilitado de forma recurrente nuevas oportunidades de ensenanza y aprendizaje. En los contextos educativos contemporaneos, que se orientan principalmente hacia las metodologias activas y donde el alumnado cada vez mas es el centro del proceso de aprendizaje, las tecnologias educativas han dado lugar a importantes avances. Entre las tecnologias educativas emergentes, es interesante destacar especificamente la importancia actual de la… 
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