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AS - Asia2472
NA - North America1308
EU - Europe803
HKU - The University of Hong Kong198
AF - Africa123
OC - Oceania100
SA - South America14
UND - Undefined92
CN - China1347
US - United States1257
GB - United Kingdom409
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KR - Republic of Korea218
HKU - The University of Hong Kong198
SG - Singapore130
JP - Japan115
IE - Ireland104
AU - Australia86
OTH - Others843
The University of Hong Kong198
Central District136
Modeling teacher’s influence on learners’ self-directed use of technology for language learning outside the classroom105
Types of social media activities and Hong Kong South and Southeast Asians Youth’s Chinese language learning motivation12
University Student and Teacher Perceptions of Teacher Roles in Promoting Autonomous Language Learning with Technology outside the Classroom121
Technology and Learner Autonomy: An Argument in Favor of the Nexus of Formal and Informal Language Learning41
The progression of collaborative argumentation among English learners: A qualitative study6
From Chungking Mansions to tertiary institution: Acculturation and language practices of an immigrant mother and her daughter32
Biculturalism and segregated schooling in Hong Kong34
The relationship between ICT and student literacy in mathematics, reading, and science across 44 countries: A multilevel analysis.62
Digital divide97
Learning beliefs and autonomous language learning with technology beyond the classroom13
A framework for developing self-directed technology use for language learning433
Motivation and commitment: pre-service teachers from Hong Kong and Mainland China at a training institute in Hong Kong161
The influence of individual espoused cultural values on self-directed use of technology for language learning beyond the classroom89
Perceiving and traversing in-class and out-of-class learning: Accounts from foreign language learners in Hong Kong103
Self-regulated out-of-class language learning with technology280
The effects of deductive instruction and inductive instruction on learners’ development of pragmatic competence in the teaching of Chinese as a second language18
Technology and task-based language teaching: a critical review186
Enhancing learners’ self-directed use of technology for language learning: The effectiveness of an online training platform169
Technology Integration into the Language Classroom: Developmental Trajectory of Beginning Teachers20
Understanding legitimate teacher authority in a cross-cultural teaching context: pre-service Chinese language teachers undertaking teaching practicum in international schools in Hong Kong139
Understanding the nature of learners' out-of-class language learning experience with technology36
Task-Based Language Teaching in Online Ab Initio Foreign Language Classrooms120
What makes the difference? A practical analysis of research on the effectiveness of distance education128
The contingency of recasts and noticing72
Challenges in preparing teachers for teaching Nature of Science108
Noticing and text-based chat39
Cultural adaptation challenges and strategies during study abroad: New Zealand students in China17
Interacting with native speakers of Chinese through online learning communities: A case study with East Asian learners8
Developing literacy or focusing on interaction: New Zealand students’ strategic efforts related to Chinese language learning during study abroad in China9
Towards an Agenda for Learner Preparation in Technology-enhanced Language Learning Environments64
The Impact of Informal Teacher Learning on Teacher Self-Efficacy and Adaptive Teaching6
Task-based language teaching in Asian context: where are we now and where shall we go?162
Self-directed use of mobile devices for language learning beyond the classroom48
Comparison studies of typing and handwriting in Chinese language learning: A synthetic review25
Integrating IB philosophical principles into Chinese Language Teaching83
Understanding the quality of out-of-class English learning135
Strategy training in a task-based language classroom193
What factors predict undergraduate students' use of technology for learning? A case from Hong Kong273
International mindedness in an Asian context: the case of the International Baccalaureate in Hong Kong162
Bicultural orientation and Chinese language learning among South Asian ethnic minority students in Hong Kong153
Comparing factors that influence learning management systems use on computers and on mobile39
Motivational mechanisms of ethnic minorities’ social media engagement with mainstream culture33
Expansion of higher education and the employment crisis: policy innovations in China245
Teachers’ socio-spatial practice in innovative learning environments30
Mechanisms of the Learning Impact of Teacher-Organized Online Schoolwork Sharing Among Primary School Students35
Belonging beyond the deficit label: the experiences of ‘non-Chinese speaking’ minority students in Hong Kong37
Diagnostic Feedback in Formal Educational Settings51
Language teachers’ identity in teaching intercultural communicative competence13
Digital games and language learning75
Neo-liberal paradox of teaching among ESL teachers of ethnic minority students in Hong Kong3
Connecting formal and informal workplace learning with teacher proactivity: a proactive motivation perspective10
Students’ perceptions of teacher impact on their self-directed language learning with technology beyond the classroom: cases of Hong Kong and U.S.39
The effectiveness of guided inductive instruction and deductive instruction on semantic radical development in Chinese character processing29
The influence of extramural access to mainstream culture social media on ethnic minority students’ motivation for language learning58
The impact of social media applications on ethnic minority students’ acculturation to the Hong Kong society18
Boundary brokering for cross‐cultural professional learning in international school contexts27
Professional Growth of Chinese Language Student-teachers in Teaching Practicum in the IB Certifi cate of Teaching and Learning Programme52
An ethical analysis of how ESL teachers construct their professional identities through the use of information technology in teaching29
Informal Teacher Learning and its Relationship with Adaptive Teaching and Teacher Self-Efficacy7
When IB Learner Profi le Meets Eastern Confucian Tradition: From the Perspective of Chinese Language Teachers72
Chinese as a second language teachers’ cognition in teaching intercultural communicative competence67
Teacher agency and professional learning in cross-cultural teaching contexts: Accounts of Chinese teachers from international schools in Hong Kong179