Overcoming Barriers to Student Engagement Online: Voices from L2 Instructors

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Luqman Rababah


During the Coronavirus outbreak, the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in education has become necessary, as ICT usage in education is a systematic and structured approach to improve the quality of education globally. This qualitative investigation used a convenience sample to meet the study's goal. Twenty L2 teachers were selected for a focused group interview in which they were asked questions about how L2 instructors manage the challenges of online teaching and how to keep L2 students engaged in online learning. The findings of this study are unique in that they provide a significant addition to the field of information and communication technology integration in EFL settings. The results of this qualitative research may be of use to policymakers and educators in assessing ICT and EFL activities, educational programs, resources, curriculum, and teaching methodologies in a variety of situations. In the future, it will be necessary to conduct a more in-depth investigation of the primary hurdles facing Jordanians.

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