Thursday, March 28
12:10-12:30 PM
Bayside B

A Research Analysis on the Effectiveness of Technology in English as a foreign Language (EFL) Teaching and Learning in Elementary and Middle Schools

Brief Paper ID: 38198
  1. Mariam Alqarawi
    University of North Florida
  2. Shorog Dandeni
    University of North Florida
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    John Ronghua Ouyang
    University of North Florida

Abstract: : Researchers and educators believe that integrating technology into the classroom increases student’s performance. Along with the development of advanced computing and internet technology, EFL teaching and learning are making difference. Utilizing technology in the educational setting has become the norm rather than the exception. This research analysis is to examine the effectiveness of technology tools in developing language skills for EFL elementary and middle students. The technology tools studied in this analysis include digital games, digital storytelling, iPod, iPad, Computer-Based Reading Program, Wiki, and WetPaint and more.

Presider: Melda Yildiz, NYIT


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