Dr Emad Abu-Ayyash Talks about the Impact of Integrating Technology into Students’ Presentations on Peer Evaluation in Higher Education

Friday, May 11, 2018

Dr Emad Abu-Ayyash, Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Education, participated in the Third GEN TEFL International Conference “ELT Policies and Practices”, which took place on 11-13 May 2018 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Dr Emad presented his paper, The Impact of Integrating Technology into Students’ Presentations on Peer Evaluation in Higher Education, where  he investigated the impact of integrating technology in presentations on peer evaluation of postgraduate TESOL students. The results of the investigation showed that presentations that integrated higher degrees of technology were more interesting than the presentations that kept technology to the minimum.

The Global Educators Network Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (GEN TEFL) is a non-profit network of native and non-native educators in the field of language teaching. The Network’s mission is to enrich the lives of educators, administrators, researchers, and students through research, conference meetings, seminars, and workshops.

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