Investigating Teachers’ and Students’ Beliefs and Assumptions about CALL Programme at Caledonian College of Engineering

Holi Ibrahim Holi Ali

Abstract


This study is set to investigate students’ and teachers’ perceptions and assumptions about newly implemented CALL Programme at the School of Foundation Studies, Caledonian College of Engineering, Oman. Two versions of questionnaire were administered to 24 teachers and 90 students to collect their beliefs and assumption about CALL programame. The results shows that the great majority of the students report that CALL is very interesting, motivating and useful to them and they learn a lot form it. However, the number of CALL hours should be increased, lab should be equipped and arranged in user friendly way, assessment should be integrated into CALL, and smart boards, black boards should be incorporated into the programme.


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