During the last 15 years, research in foreign language teaching and learning in Colombia has become an accepted and welcomed practice among dedicated teacher educators and classroom teachers. It has promoted reflection and contributed to thoughtful action through the implementation of participatory classroom studies at different educational levels from elementary to postgraduate levels. Action research studies are believed to be invaluable practices in education because they can positively impact the teacher, the context, and the field.
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