Research on the Use of Digital Technologies in Language Class Teaching
Do you use digital technologies for teaching language?
Do you want to share some thoughts about using digital technologies for teaching language?
My name is Yi (Vicky) Liu, a doctoral student in the Institute of Education, Massey University. As the title shows, I am interested in understanding how teachers use and perceive digital technologies for teaching language in the classroom.
A summary of the project findings will be shared with the NZALT. It will be able to deepen your understanding of teachers’ perceptions and practices of using digital technologies in language classrooms, especially in the context of the current pandemic and the greater demand for digitally facilitated learning. The findings may also help inform educational policies relating to digital technology integration.
If you are a language teacher at Year 9 and/or Year 10 in New Zealand schools, this survey may be for you to share your experience and opinions about using digital technologies in your language class.
You may need around 20 minutes to complete this anonymous survey at once, or you can complete a portion of the survey and return later to finish the rest.
Please access the survey through the following anonymous link: https://massey.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_51hL83iBMVQlTOC
Or through this QR code:
If you’re unsure if you meet the requirements or have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact a member of this study team:
Yi (Vicky) Liu
Massey University Institute of Education