Rocket Spanish


  • Daeun Shin Arizona State University



Learning Technology Review, Rocket Spanish


Rocket Spanish is a part of Rocket Languages, which produces online and app-based language learning courseware and was founded in 2004. The courseware claims to help users develop their spoken target language skills by providing real-world conversations as models.

Author Biography

  • Daeun Shin, Arizona State University

    Daeun Shin is pursuing a doctoral degree in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics at Arizona State University. She specializes in Korean language education and computer-assisted language learning. She is currently working as a teaching associate in the English Department at ASU.


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