Şahın, Abdullah; Akçay, Ahmet
March 2010
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2010, Vol. 14 Issue 43, p175
Academic Journal
The aims of this study are making research about using of computer based language education which type and frequency by teachers. In addition, it is focus on teachers have what kind of problems during the applying processes. This study is a qualitative research and also data is gathered from 10 Turkish language teachers by applying interview. The result of this research, Turkish language teachers have positive attitude about of computer based language applications in the class. However, Turkish language teachers can not use computer based language applications actively because of they didn't get necessary education about of computer based language education during the undergraduate program. And also, as a conclusion of this research, primary schools haven't necessary basic facilities and equipments and teachers haven?t got sufficient personal skills about of computer based language education in Turkey.


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