In education, the same as in most professional domains, there has been a constant struggle for progress and improvement in recent years. E-learning techniques, in their various forms - ranging from online learning to mobile learning - have made all the difference in the language class. Due to these techniques, a whole new world of learning opportunities has taken form, and both students and teachers have benefited from the new technological developments. At the same time, the teachers' concern with the constant innovation of their own professional field has given rise to new findings with respect to methodology and teaching strategies. One of these strategies has drawn the attention of many teachers and trainers, and a whole literature has been devoted to that particular subject: collaborative teaching. In my experience with the students at the University "Politehnica in Bucharest, I have tried the method myself, while teaching Romanian to multicultural groups; moreover, due to my keen interest in the subject, I have done some extensive reading of the studies on that matter, with a view towards applying the method as appropriately as possible in my own language class. That is why, in my paper, I will focus on the benefits of resorting to the new technological tools on the market, while re-assessing both the teachers' and the students' skills through the prism of a more inclusive, and flexible, approach. I will point out the benefits of the strategy and advocate for its use in the language class. Instead of a conclusion, I intend to extend an invitation to the readers to re-value and re-evaluate both learning strategies and decide on the best method/ combination of methods themselves.