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Main presenter
HUTECH University, Roi Et Rajabhat Unviersity (Selaphum, Thailand)
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Mr. NGUYEN Vu Long Da Lat University, Vietnam
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Presentation title
Schoology as an Online Learning Platform to Enhance English Abilities for Undergraduate Students.
Presentation abstract
Social networking media have become an indispensable part of language education that educators can apply in their teaching to effectively improve their student’s language ability. Among them, Schoology offers a social networking environment providing effective tools in promoting learners’ self-regulated learning (SRL). In this study, Schoology was applied as a learning channel for learners to work together with their teachers and their peers. Schoology – based self-regulated learning on non – English major undergraduates to enhance their English abilities was examined via pre-test and post-test, and their attitudes toward Schoology – based self-regulated learning (SBRL) were investigated through the questionnaire and semi-structured interviews. This mixed-method study was conducted during 8 weeks with 60 non-English majors including 30 students in an experimental group and 30 students in a controlled group. The results from the pretest and posttest showed that SBRL increased participants’ English abilities significantly. The data from the questionnaire and interviews indicated that students had positive attitudes toward SBRL. The findings of this study have confirmed that Schoology could possibly become an alternative online learning platform to support students’ learning process.
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Schoology, self-regulated learning, English ability
Fostering autonomous learning through technology
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Submitted by
Linh D. Nguyen
Submitted: Monday, 30 August 2021, 11:50 AM [JST]
Modified: Thursday, 16 December 2021, 8:03 AM [JST]
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