Mobile Enhanced Learning in a South African Context

@article{Jantjies2015MobileEL,
  title={Mobile Enhanced Learning in a South African Context},
  author={Mmaki Jantjies and Mike Joy},
  journal={Educational Technology & Society},
  year={2015},
  volume={18},
  pages={308-320}
}
Multilingual classrooms in developing countries are often challenged by a lack of digital resources and technology which supports their multilingual learning process. Code-switching is a phenomenon common to multilingual schools where learners are taught in a language which is not their first language. In these environments, code-switchers frequently alternate between their first and second languages, seeking alternative words to clarify their understanding of the topic being studied. This… CONTINUE READING

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