Teachers as Intercultural Learners: Negotiating German-American Telecollaboration along the Institutional Fault Line
Modern Language Journal Volume 87, Number 1, ISSN 0026-7902
Examines how social, cultural, and institutional affordances and constraints in a telecollaborative foreign language learning partnership shape the agency of online teachers. Details how various aspects of school and schooling impact the negotiation, execution and management of a German-American virtual course from the perspectives of the teachers. (Author/VWL)
Belz, J.A. & Muller-Hartmann, A. (2003). Teachers as Intercultural Learners: Negotiating German-American Telecollaboration along the Institutional Fault Line. Modern Language Journal, 87(1), 71-89.
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