Primary Advisor/Dissertation Chair
Secondary Advisor/Reader One
This study examines the perceptions of teachers and students using the DynEd Multimedia Courseware in adult ESL workshops in an American technical college setting. The goals of the study were to determine (a) the teachers’ perceptions of their training to facilitate DynEd, (b) the teachers’ and students’ perceptions of the facilitators’ role in supporting students, and (c) the teachers’ and students’ perceptions of DynEd’s appropriateness for adult learners at our institution. Data from questionnaires and focus group interviews were analyzed using Chapelle’s (2001) Criteria for CALL Task Appropriateness as the conceptual framework. Findings suggest that both teachers and students need training and support to use DynEd effectively. Findings also indicate that the students’ perceptions of DynEd are more positive than the teachers’ perceptions.
Case Study, Focus Group, Survey
ESL/ ELLs, Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL), DynEd Courseware
Ellsworth, Gail Katherine, "Teacher and Student Perceptions of DynEd Multimedia Courseware: An Evaluation of CALL in an American Technical College" (2015). School of Education and Leadership Student Capstone Theses and Dissertations. 270.