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Browsing by Subject "Teacher-student relationships -- Lebanon"

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Browsing by Subject "Teacher-student relationships -- Lebanon"

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  • Jammal, Belal (Lebanese American University, 2012-06-01)
    This study chooses to take an approach that recognizes that children of the 21st century are exceptionally well advanced in modern day technologies, and possess technological literacy that is superior to that of the ...
  • Al Chal, Sandra (Lebanese American University, 2022-02-15)
    Code-switching is the usage of two or more languages when speaking and it happens mostly in communities that are bilingual. This paper is an exploratory qualitative study which focuses on code-switching in TEFL undergraduate ...
  • Majari, Basma (Lebanese American University, 2011-01-17)
    Feedback plays a central role in writing development. The immense studies conducted on the effectiveness of teacher feedback and peer feedback have resulted in inconsistent findings. While some found that teacher and peer ...
  • Abu-Zahr, Souheir (Lebanese American University, 2011-05-27)
    The study purpose is to evaluate the consistency between written and enforced discipline policies in a private school in Beirut, Lebanon, and to explore the middle school teachers ' and students perceptions of such ...
  • Hamade, Reem (Lebanese American University, 2020-05-18)
    This study aimed at identifying English language teachers’ perspectives of middle-school L2 learners’ challenges when receiving feedback on their writing essays, and exploring cycle 3 English language teachers’ feedback ...
  • Itani, Leah (Lebanese American University, 2021-07-19)
    Teaching is one of the most stressful professions. Teachers are frequently confronted with numerous disruptive bullying acts, resulting in lost classroom instruction time. Teachers’ wellbeing is an essential factor of ...