Remote Teaching during the Pandemic: Reflections from an EFL Setting

4th International ELT Conference: Issues, Challenges and Solutions in the e-era


Remote social touch: a framework to communicate physical interaction across long distances
Alsamarei, Ali Abdularazzaq Abbood; Şener Pedgley, Bahar; Department of Industrial Design (2021-1-13)
In this day and age, there is a large group of people who have to live away from their loved ones due to various reasons such as work, study, or certain health-related concerns (e.g. infection diseases). Living away from their loved ones, certain negative emotions (e.g. stress, depression, and loneliness) may develop due to the loss of physical, mental, and emotional awareness about each other. From the various ways available that could enhance awareness and presence while communicating with a loved one, re...
Emergency Remote Teaching at METU SFL
Balbay, Seher (2021-07-14)
Remote operation , maintenance and diagnostic unit for rural exchanges.
Amiklioğlu, A sinan; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (1996)
Invitational leadership practices at a school of foreign languages from a gendered perspective: a case study
Durna, Zübeyde; Seferoğlu, Gölge; Department of Gender and Women's Studies (2018)
This case study aims at exploring the perceptions of the instructors and the school director towards the employment of invitational leadership model and the factors affecting the instructors’ perceptions from a gendered perspective. The participants of this study are the instructors and the school director working at the School of Foreign Languages of a state university in Ankara, Turkey. Data were gathered through a perception questionnaire for the instructors and the school director and one to one and foc...
Mobile Eye Tracking Research in Inclusive Classrooms: Children's Experiences
Montero, Calkin Suero; Kilpia, Anni; Kamarainen, Anniina; Cagiltay, Bengisu; Karna, Eija; Çağıltay, Kürşat; Pihlainen, Kaisa; KARASU, NECDET (2022-01-01)
The increasing pervasiveness of inclusive educational environments poses an urgent need to implement research methodologies and practices that could shed light on how children's social interactions unfold in such contexts. Our work explores the use of mobile eye tracking technology in naturalistic, inclusive K12 education settings towards a richer understanding of the children's interactive behaviours. This paper presents the children's responses to, experiences with and impressions about the naturalness of...
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N. Gürbüz, “Remote Teaching during the Pandemic: Reflections from an EFL Setting,” presented at the 4th International ELT Conference: Issues, Challenges and Solutions in the e-era, Gaziantep, Türkiye, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: