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More than half of language teachers in the UK are frequently using technology-based tools to support their lessons, with 85 per cent opting for computer-based language-learning programs that can be integrated into classroom teaching, according to a survey by Rosetta Stone (UK) Ltd.

Nearly three quarters of these technologically savvy teachers would vouch for the positive impact of computer-based learning tools on their students’ engagement in the language learning process (74 per cent) and their ability to increase the levels of student participation in the classroom (72 per cent).

Over two thirds of respondents (67 per cent) also felt that technology offered the additional advantages of encouraging students to learn independently and allows them to progress at their own pace.

The poll was commissioned by Rosetta Stone to gain an understanding of the role of e-learning in the language education field, and the impact technology-based...

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