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The Sociolinguistic Journal of Korea Vol.30 No.3 pp.245-268
DOI : http://doi.org/10.14353/sjk.2022.30.3.09

Educating English Teachers in the Era of Artificial Intelligence: Sociocultural Perspectives on the Necessity of and Prospects for Technology-Driven Change in Teacher Education

Mun Woo Lee
Associate Professor, Department of English Education, Hanyang University

Abstract

This study explores the ways in which sociocultural perspectives on English language education can contribute to teacher education the era of artificial intelligence (AI). Three key words that represent the relationship between sociocultural perspectives and English teacher education—context, interaction, and social practice—can each be linked to the key concepts of criticality, multimodality, and action research. Teachers of English need to be ready for the forthcoming changes in the AI era, for which they must be equipped with a critical ability to focus on issues and needs in the Korean context. This ability can be applied in teaching students various types of interactions, especially those involving the use of computers, and will create opportunities for teachers to conduct research of their own and cultivate a professional teacher identity. This study concludes by recommending substantial changes in the current pre-service and in-service English teacher education programs in accordance with these key concepts.

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  1. Journal Abbreviation : j. Korea Saf. Manag. Sci.
    Frequency : Published three times annually in April, August and December, including an international issue
    Doi Prefix : 10.14353/sjk.
    Year of Launching : 2013
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