Far Eastern University
Studies on Computer/Mobile-Assisted Language Learning
This themed panel presentation focuses on some aspects of language learning that are evident in a learning management system. The ecology and dynamics of online teaching and learning have similarities with that of face-to-face classroom instruction. However, there are also marked differences brought about by the use of computer, internet, and mobile technology. Some of these aspects will be explored in the studies. The topics included are reflective writing, learning objects, politeness, learning experiences, and communication portfolio.
Dennis H. Pulido is Full Professor in the Institute of Arts and Sciences of Far Eastern University. He has a Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics from De La Salle University-Manila. He has presented research papers in local and international conferences. He has published articles in local and international academic journals. His research interests include Discourse Analysis, Deconstruction, and Computer-Mediated Communication. (email@example.com)
Students’ Reflections on the Use of Canvas as an Extended Class Discussion
Aisa P. Arlos is the director of the Academic Quality Assurance and a faculty member of the Institute of Education of Far Eastern University where she also obtained Ed.D. in Language and Literature Education. Her interest in research is on Language and Literature Pedagogy. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Exploring Learning Objects for Language Instruction
Chenee M. Dino teaches in the Far Eastern University Institute of Education, Department of Graduate Studies and Transnational Education. She obtained her Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics from De La Salle University. She is interested in Sociolinguistics and Computer-Mediated Communication. (email@example.com)
Politeness in Mobile-Assisted Language Learning (MALL): A Narrative Study on Written Communication of Selected College Students using Canvas.
Mabel Lyn C. Villalba is a faculty member at Far Eastern University, Institute of Education, Undergraduate Studies. She has a Master of Arts in Education major in English Language Teaching degree. Her research interest focuses on Mobile-Assisted Language Learning. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
How Do I Teach and How Do I Learn? Exploring Learning Management System in The Teaching and Learning Process of English Teachers and Pre-service English Teachers
John Allenber O. Genese is currently taking his MA in Education major in English Language Teaching and finishing his MA thesis. He works as a Teaching Assistant under General Education of Far Eastern University. (email@example.com)
COVID-19 and Online Distance Learning: Exploring the Relationship of Teachers’ Communication Risk Perception and Communication Portfolio in the Basic Education
Ma. Theresa F. Navales-Totto is the English Area Coordinator of the Grade School and Junior High School units of San Beda University Rizal’s Integrated Basic Education Department. She is currently finishing her Master’s degree in English Language Teaching at the Far Eastern University Manila. She has written textbooks in English for junior high school students under various publishing companies. (firstname.lastname@example.org)