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Evaluating an online professional learning community as a context for professional development in classroom-based research
This study examines how an online training into teacher research has been evaluated in relation to the three main elements of the community of inquiry framework (CoI): teaching, social, and cognitive presences. We held the ...
Unveiling the mystery: investigating L2 reading motivation in an EFL classroom
(Middle East Technical University, 2012)
Research in L2 reading motivation has gained impetus and provided many insights into understanding the components of motivation and factors that affect L2 learners in terms of reading motivation. Although many studies can ...
The integration of educational technology for classroom-based formative assessment to empower teaching and learning
(IGI Global, 2017-07-12)
As educational technology continues to change the face of educational contexts in the digital age, the way in which teachers can incorporate various existing online resources and applications within their everyday classroom ...
Perceptions of in-service teachers regarding technology integrated English language teaching
(Anadolu University, 2012-01-07)
Technology is changing paradigms in education rapidly and teachers are caught unguarded due to lack of professional training in this aspect. This study reflects the perceptions of nine ELT instructors with M.A TEFL degrees ...
Information superhighway and continuous professional development for the networked teachers: online communities of practice
(IGI Global, 2018)
This chapter focuses on the impact of technology on teacher training through online communities of practice (CoP) and investigates its potential for facilitating continuous professional development for the educators who ...
Basic concepts in assessment
(Pelikan Yayınları, 2017)
Teacher research 2.0
Exploring source use, discourse features and their relation to proficiency in source-based writing assessment in a turkish eap context
(Karadeniz Technical University, 2020-06)
Source-based writing, using content from reading texts into writing, constitutes a prominent aspect of academic writing. Both research and classroom practice have demonstrated that effective use of sources poses challenges ...
Can exams change how and what teachers teach? Investigating the washback effect of a university english language proficiency test in the turkish context
(Hacettepe University, 2018)
This article reports a mixed-method study that examined the washback effect from a locally-produced, theme-based, high-stakes English language proficiency test in tertiary education in a Turkish EAP context. The aim was ...
Using students’ evaluations to measure educational quality
This research study examined university students’ evaluation of teaching at an English preparatory school. Twelve students who participated in the study were chosen as a consequence of theoretical sampling because they ...
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