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Towards the integration of ICT in language learning and teaching

International Conference on ICT and Autonomy Applied to Language Learning (1st 2004 Universitat Jaume I)

Towards the integration of ICT in language learning and teaching

reflection and experience

by International Conference on ICT and Autonomy Applied to Language Learning (1st 2004 Universitat Jaume I)

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Published by Universitat Jaume I in Castelló de la Plana .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Language and languages -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Technological innovations -- Congresses,
  • Language and languages -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Computer-assisted instruction -- Congresses,
  • Learner autonomy -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTowards the integration of information and communication technology in language learning and teaching
    Statementedited by Ulrike Oster, Ma. Noelia Ruiz Madrid, Mercedes Sanz Gil.
    GenreCongresses
    SeriesCol·lecció e-Estudis filològics -- 1
    ContributionsOster, Ulrike., Ruiz-Madrid, Ma. Noelia, Sanz Gil, Mercedes.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP53.855 .C57 2006
    The Physical Object
    Pagination78 p. ;
    Number of Pages78
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23675747M
    ISBN 108480215488
    ISBN 109788480215480
    LC Control Number2007482621

    The data were analyzed in terms of three categories. Teachers’ perceptions towards technology integration and technology use were analyzed in terms of classroom practices, planning, and barriers towards technology use and integration. The data were coded by the researcher by using constant comparison analysis of Glaser and Strauss () [9]. towards ICT integration with respect to language learning. Keywords: ESL (English as a Second Language) teachers, receptiveness, ICT integration, perceptions. Introduction. The ever-growing technological advancements and internet connectivity has brought. about the urge for teachers nationwide to integrate ICT into education so as to accommodate. Integration, or integrated language arts, is an approach to learning a way of thinking that respects the interrela-tionship of the language processes - reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Integration refers to integration of the language arts as well as integration of the lan-guage arts across the curriculum." (Routman, , p. ).


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Towards the integration of ICT in language learning and teaching by International Conference on ICT and Autonomy Applied to Language Learning (1st 2004 Universitat Jaume I) Download PDF EPUB FB2

ICT, then it will have a positive effect on the successful integration of ICT in the teaching learning process. The factors which influence the ICT integration into teaching learning are the attitudes of the teachers as well as the belief which the teachers have towards technology.

(hew and Brush, ; keengwe and Onchwari, ). The integration of ICT in teaching and learning is not a method; rather it is a medium in which a variety of methods, approaches and pedagogical philosophies may be implemented (Garret, ). This statement shows that the effectiveness of ICT depends on how and why it is applied and integrated.

According to + Corresponding Size: KB. methodologies investigating ICT integration into EFL teaching and learning. Most of the studies under review have employe d three majo r methodologies: qualitative, quantitative and : Kashif Ali Sabiri.

personal perceptions of teaching and learning. Further ICT integration in education was therefore unlikely to succeed unless teachers personal educational beliefs and their relationship to teaching were established and effectively addressed and refocused to support the ICT integration venture [13].Cited by: 2.

The use of ICT in the Foreign Language Teaching and Learning is very important for providing opportunities for teachers and students to learn and operate in an information age.

Education, particularly foreign language teaching has to adapt and renew itself to be compatible with the globalized Size: 1MB. of improving the teaching and learning environment (Al-Qahtani & Higgins, ). From the origin, the implementation of ICT in education was to transform Towards the integration of ICT in language learning and teaching book teaching and the learning process from the traditional instructional teacher-centered endeavour to a learner-centered approach with.

ICT is a part of our everyday life and using ICT devises such as computers and tablets in the classroom motivate learners in the English language classroom. The use of ICT in the classroom is becoming more and more convenient and there are many different ways a teacher can use it as a pedagogical tool.

Integration of ICT in Teaching-Learning and Evaluation Central Institute of Educational Technology National Council of Educational Research & Training 2.

15 lakh Schools, 85 lakh Teachers, 26 crore students Imparting quality education is a concern Improvement in learning outcome is a challenge ICT has potential to meet these challenges As every. attitudes toward the language teaching and learning.

Students felt more successful in school, were more motivated to learn and have increased self-confidence and self-esteem when using computer-based instruction. This was particularly true when the technology allowed learners to control their own learning File Size: KB.

Critical Approach to Integrating ICT into Second Language Learning to have the right disposition and attitudes towards the use of e-learning or any online sources.

However, research has found technology use in Using Technology in Foreign Language Teaching. The integration of information and communication technology (ICT) into foreign language (FL) learning classroom not only suggests learners' positive attitude towards learning (e.g. see Li, Chu, &. integration of ICT into teaching and learning processes contributes to increase the interaction and reception of information.

Such possibilities suggest changes in the communication models and the teaching and learning methods used by teachers, giving way to new scenarios which favour both individual and collaborative learning”.

Integration of ICT in teaching and learning process is a topic of interest to many researchers, including education practitioners. Based on the use of ICT can be applied in three different scopes such as: curriculum, topics, and teaching eye. ICT also in terms of finding learning materials from original sources and recognized.

using ICT as teaching and learning tools (MoCT, ). This is because the challenges outweigh the benefits (Bingimlas, ). Therefore, this study is expected to generate information on the teachers’ perceptions and challenges of integrating ICT tools in the teaching and learning Size: KB. The use of ICT in teaching and learning process is the need of an hour and teacher is expected to be innovative and enthusiastic in his/her teaching learning process by integrating ICT.

A teacher needs to think of using technology in imparting education. ideas how ICT can be integrated to some basic teaching methods are presented. Finally, a summary where ICT use from the point of view of learning and interest is presented.

Introduction At the same time when the project Eu-ISE (Effective use of ICT in Science Education CPSK-COMENIUS-C21) was started the Organisation for File Size: 2MB. difficulties in finding a meaningful integration of ICT into teaching and learning.

Most teachers reported that the use of ICT in learning and teaching was slow in the past years and proposed upgrading of students computer labs and accelerating internet connectivity in the schools.

Further, teachers’ good. What is ICT Integration. Definition of ICT Integration: The integration of ICT in the school practice has not to do with simple improvements of the traditional instruction but to a radically new pedagogy; shift from the traditional instruction model of knowledge transmitting towards autonomous, active, and collaborative learning through students’ engagement in ICT-based learning environments and shared learning.

The use of ICT in English as a Second Language (ESL) teaching and learning is one of the most widely discussed issues in the field of education (Yunus & Salehi, ). A group of ICT researchers claim that using ICT improves education and provides more teaching and learning supports for the teachers and learners (see Westera & Sloep.

successful use of ICT for learning. The integration of ICT in language teaching and learning has become an interesting topicto many researchers and education practitioners.

Computer Assisted Language Learning: CALL is a broad and an ever changing discipline. Beatty. Experts and researchers in the field of ICT and language learning are increasingly emphasising that, once a new form of technology has become available, the starting point of research projects should not be the innovation itself but rather its role in the language learning process.

This book is aimed at researchers and practitioners in the area of Information and Communications Technologies 5/5(1). English learning context suggested that the majority of the teachers had positive attitudes towards ICTs. They agreed that ICTs play a great role in language teaching and helps in self-understanding.

They also reported that ICT does not hinder interaction with the students. The findings also suggested that ICT supports languageFile Size: 1MB.

towards effectively integrating ICT in teacher education. ICT in Education Course Scenario at the Pre-Service Level The syllabi for ICT in education courses offered by some of the universities in India were analyzed in terms of the objective of the course, weight given File Size: KB.

ICT integration in the teaching and learning of Junior Secondary Schools students * Policy on education should be geared toward the practice of self-learning which is an attempt to make education more liberal and more universal in such a way that a learner can teach himself, if given the kind of environment and guidance by the teachers, it.

Information and Communications Technology (ICT) can impact student learning when teachers are digitally literate and understand how to integrate it into curriculum.

Schools use a diverse set of ICT tools to communicate, create, disseminate, store, and manage information.(6) In some contexts, ICT has also become integral to the teaching-learning interaction, through such approaches as replacing. ICT Integration in Post-Secondary English Teaching and Learning: Evidence from Blended Learning Programs in the Arabian Gulf: /ch The positive effects of computer-assisted language learning (CALL) have been widely acknowledged in the body of literature.

While the majority of studiesAuthor: Christina Gitsaki, Abbad Alabbad. The new trends of the integrating of ICT in English Class used by the researchers in Teaching English as Foreign Language (TEFL) methodology class that enables the students get more experience, knowledge and : Novita Eka Tristiana, Elvira Rosyida.

Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL), in particular, and the use of web for teaching and learning (WBT) in a second place shape the two most recurrent and central research streamlines of present times.

A recent report by Becta () is concerned with the use of ICT in teaching and learning. Many teachers use ICT to support traditional learning methods, for example, information retrieval in which students are ‘passive learners of knowledge instead of ‘active producers able to take part in the learning process.

In a document entitled teaching and learning with ICT, G. Galea () explains how ICT can promote teaching and learning. Barriers to the successful integration of ICT in teaching and learning environments: A review of the literature.

Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science & Technology Education, 5 (3), Brandl, K. rs’ Knowledge, Attitude And Use of ICT The article by Samuel and Zaitun () examines the availability of ICT resources and the level of ICT skills of English Language teachers.

The study was done to determine whether serving teachers are able to promote ICT integration in the teaching and learning ofFile Size: KB. Resistance inclusion of ICT by teachers in teaching has been the fear that one day they will be replaced by ICT and will not have the role that they have now.

The hypothesis outlined in this paper is: "The role of teachers in the integration of ICT in the learning process enhances the quality of learning" Keywords: Teaching, Information and File Size: 1MB. With ICT, the motivation towards learning is bigger. For me it is the main motivation, not for being part of the curriculum.

The motivation towards learning is bigger. Both for children And (Teacher exce emotional component). the classroom.

), which reveals that teachers do not frequently incorporate ICT in their by: towards the integration of ICT into its functions and operations over the last five years. From the Resource document (/) it was noted that equipments like laptops, stand-alone computers, Projectors are used in teaching in some Departments.

Limitations of ICT tools: Though ICT tools are very helpful in the teaching and learning of English language, still these tools have some limitations. Some of the limitations are discussed below: (1) Often student fail to learn the targeted objectives of the English language teaching.

Effective integration of ICT in English language teaching classrooms depends on a host of factors. One of the important factors is teachers‟ knowledge and skills in using ICT in class. This paper reports a case study of four secondary school ESL teachers’ use of ICT in teaching English literature to second language (L2) by: 1.

that ‘relatively few teachers are integrating ICT into subject teaching in a way that motivates pupils and enriches learning or stimulates higher-level thinking and reasoning’ (p).

As other studies have found, these few tend to be teachers with an innovative pedagogic outlook already. Information and communications technology (ICT) is an extensional term for information technology (IT) that stresses the role of unified communications and the integration of telecommunications (telephone lines and wireless signals) and computers, as well as necessary enterprise software, middleware, storage, and audiovisual systems, that enable users to access, store, transmit, and manipulate.

Attitudes towards the use of ICT. Many factors influence the use of ICT in teaching and one of these factors is teachers’ attitudes towards the use of ICT in the teaching and learning process.

Huang and Liaw () state that teachers’ attitudes are important factors which support the use of computers in teaching. It exemplifies a line of exercises, project templates, and didactic measures around ICT-based learning tools.

Finally it sketches scenarios for integrating WWW-based learning communities in secondary education. The course consists of five modules.

Modules 1 and 2 focus on the policy-makers and school leaders. Modules 3, 4, and. In the debate on the integration of information and communication technologies (ICT) into schools, the beliefs and attitudes of teachers towards ICT in teaching and learning have always been regarded as central criteria for successful implementation of new by: ICT already affects the people and environments that surround young children’s learning 2 ICT offers new opportunities to strengthen many aspects of early childhood education practice 2 There is support for the development and integration of ICT into education policy, curriculum, and practice across the whole education sector 3.Approach for Integrating ICT in Teaching-Learning Process to support innovation towards more student-centred learning has been around for longer than e-learning, with the paperback book and other portable resources, but technology is what shapes today's usage of Size: KB.