Perceptions of English Teachers towards Teaching English through Information & Communication Technology in Pakistan
Qaisar Mahmood, Muhammad Javed Iqbal, Muhammad Waqas Nadeem, Muhammad Asif Javed & Mahmood Ul Hassan
Mahmood, Q. Iqbal, M. J. Nadeem, M. W., Javed, M. A., & Hassan, M. U. (2014). Perceptions of English teachers towards teaching English trough information communication technology in Pakistan. Bulletin of Business and Economics, 3(3), 150-154.
This study investigated into the perceptions of teaching English through information and communication technology in Pakistan. Population of the study were English teachers from all secondary and elementary schools of Punjab. It was survey study and questionnaires were used to collect data and collected data were analyzed on statistical package for social sciences. The results of this study revealed that English teachers were enthusiastic to the use of information and communication technology for teaching English. Further the study also explored that the there were not enough ICT provisions to make maximum use of it to accelerate learning outcomes of the students.
English, Pakistan, secondary schools, teachers
Research Foundation for Humanity (RFH)
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