Digital solutions for multilingual learning environments : the case of GraphoGame™ adaptations in Kenya
PublisherUniversity of Jyväskylä
reading acquisition GraphoGame multilingual learning teacher training Kikuyu Kiswahili lukutaito lukeminen oikeinkirjoitus oppiminen monikielisyys äidinkieli toinen kieli lapset kouluikäiset opetusmenetelmät tietokoneavusteinen opetus oppimispelit Ekapeli GraphoGame-oppimispeli opettajankoulutus opettajat kielitaito opetustaito swahilin kieli kikujun kieli Afrikka Kenia
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