Students’ Perceptions and Attitudes toward the use of Flipgrid in the Language Classroom

Virtual Paper ID: 54377
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    Oraib Mango
    California State University, San Bernardino

Abstract: The purpose of this study was to investigate student perceptions and attitudes toward the use of Flipgrid, an online video platform, in second language learning. Thirty students enrolled in Arabic courses in a university in the Southwest of the US participated in this study. Students completed an 18-item, 5-point Likert-type online questionnaire designed to assess student perceptions of the effects of Flipgrid on their language learning skills – speaking and listening, in particular. Results indicated that students found Flipgrid to be a valuable learning tool that enhanced their language learning and positively affected the development of their speaking and listening skills.


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