Attitudes towards Tablet Use in Language Teaching

Sarp Erkir, Ulas Kayapinar, Nurcan Kose


With an increasing enthusiasm, tablet use and integration in language teaching environments have been debated intensely in recent years. Still, limited evidence exists to reveal attitudes of English language teachers towards tablet use at different levels. This study measures the attitudes of English teachers towards tablet use in primary and higher education contexts. Participants comprised 143 volunteer higher education faculty and primary/secondary education English teachers around the world. Scale of Attitudes towards Tablet Use in Teaching was employed to reveal evidence of the attitudes of English teachers and higher education faculty of English. The data analysis and results of this study can contribute to decision-making processes of schools or universities by giving an idea and raising awareness of language teachers’ attitudes and readiness on use of tablets in English language courses.

Keywords: Tablet, language teaching, attitude, English teachers, English faculty

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