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Integrating Information And Communication Technology (Ict) Into Efl Classroom Practice At Majma’ah University

Integrating Information And Communication Technology (Ict) Into Efl Classroom Practice At Majma’ah University

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Title: Integrating Information And Communication Technology (Ict) Into Efl Classroom Practice At Majma’ah University
Author: Ezza, Elsadig Yahya
Abstract: This study was conducted to determine whether EFL faculty's gender and age could affect their ICT knowledge, skills and use in the classroom at Majma'ah University (MU). With that in mind, it intended to achieve the following: provide insight into ICT applications in the EFL classroom at MU; assess the digital competence of EFL faculty at MU; measure student-faculty cooperation in the EFL classroom; and promote digital culture among MU faculty at large. Alongside these objectives, and given the participants' gender and age, there were three questions that the study attempted to answer: Are there significant differences in the participants' ICT knowledge and skills? Are there significant differences in the participants' use of ICT in teaching? Are there significant differences in the participants' integration of their students' ICT skills into classroom practice? Before searching for answers to these questions, the study predicted that, regardless of age and gender, EFL faculty at MU have a working knowledge of ICT and its skills; also that, regardless of age and gender, EFL faculty do indeed use ICT in the classroom and integrate students' ICT skills into classroom practice. A questionnaire was administered to MU’s EFL faculty in order to collect data that might verify these hypotheses. Variance analysis of the data (ANOVA) revealed that there were no significant gender and age differences in the participants' ICT knowledge, skills and use in the classroom, thus confirming the three hypotheses.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/25860
Date: 2014


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